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Bahamut's Stare

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic


A poem inspired by watchig the storm sequence of Castle in the Sky when the Pirates encounter the dreaded Dragon's Lair of vortex induced wind that blows in the opposing direction. It seems fitting
to the moment. This is just before Laputa is found. Watch the movie to know what I mean. It's a classic anime by Hayao Miyazaki that was the debut of Studio Ghibli into anime history.

Submitted: October 14, 2017

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In the dark clouds, dragons dance.

White tongue light forks and strikes.

Sorrowed tears fall in screaming pain.

Lest, terror brings forth calamity’s wind.

 

We know not the dark wind’s howl.

It’s piercing sting upon cowardly hearts.

Breathe forth the cold fire into night.

And become again the storm within.

 

Ye, who knows the plight of man.

Sings the song of despair and strife.

Into the beating wings, we ride.

Of the great beast, Bahamut.


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