After the Day

Poem by: EDRC

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This poem was written by Erica.

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Submitted: February 04, 2010

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Submitted: February 04, 2010

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After the Day

After the daylight comes darkness

with darkness comes fear and despair

for the prince of the night comes quite soundless,

as he flies through the night from his lair.

But tonight he is filled with confusion.

How could he let this come?!

For the angel of light is his lover

and the darkest of nights he is from.

They soon will give life to a halfling

A princess of darkness and light

By the age of 16 she shall concyre

on the day she is wed she'll learn flight

The day she aquires her crown she'll gain power

Power like no one has layed eyes on before

Thus is the legend of the ruler of all

The bringer of Twilight, wonders, and more.


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This poem was written by Erica.
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