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The Hero And The Beast

Poetry By: Malaxter

This is a short story that I wrote in the form of a poem.

Submitted:Mar 9, 2013    Reads: 16    Comments: 5    Likes: 6   

The kingdom was grand and great

Unsuspected was its damned fate

The castle walls soon would fall

And blood would spill in the grand hall

From the blood would be born

A monster with a single horn

With claws and fangs and demon wings

It would hunger for mighty kings

Lives would end and houses burn

All so the monster can learn

Of the souls of fallen men

The villages, they'll number ten

Finally some men will say, "Enough!"

They'll say, "This creature we must snuff!"

The hero soon shall be chosen

To track the beast back to its den

And in the cave they will embrace

The hero then shall lose his face

The monster shall fall upon his sword

Neither to say another word

Neither to be seen any more


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