Fair Tale

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
battle between good and bad

Submitted: February 19, 2008

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Tell me that tale again
That of Sweet Fairmadelaine
The one about the woods and birds
The one about the cave
 
Led by the wonder deer
Down she ran without any fear
Under the world, know what happened?
She lulled her soul to a mournful end
 
Below the hill inside the cave
Where darkness fakes its mask of light
Where sun is but an unwelcome guest
The devil gathered the worst and the best
 
To try their strength and thus decide
Who shall rule and who shall hide
The stake thus laid, the war began
Won, but by her, Fairmadelaine
 
Creatures of Bone spilt mighty blood
The cave all covered by a scarlet flood
Fallen asleep and pushed from the throne
The devil smiled, but only he, alone
 
And, oh, she did sail, my dearest love
Below the hill into the cave
The leaves cried ‘beware’, she could not hear
The mermaids called, the end was near
 
She saw the fight of happy and sad
Battle between the good and the bad
But that was the last sight, the last she knew
Before she left with the morning dew
 
She saw the devil, her heart turned mad
Within seconds, the maid was dead
The devil smiled for their duty was done
Winter perished, but no spring was to come


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