MYSTERY POEM

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Submitted: October 02, 2012

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Submitted: October 02, 2012

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MYSTERY POEM

Act 1:

 

It was a beautiful night,

The mountains had a magical sight,

I was in great delight,

For I was honored as a knight.

 

I was riding in my horse,

In such a great force,

When someone came in my course,

And fell down with great remorse.

 

I stopped and walked to him,

He was very slim,

And had a broken limb,

His life was at the brim.

 

An arrow had struck him on his back,

It looked like a deadly attack,

He will soon go black,

So, I tried to make him rack.

 

He was about to say something,

When an arrow came out of nothing,

“KIN DID STAY WOE SING” were his last words,

As his life departed with deep regards.

 

I looked everywhere for the enemies,

But they disappeared like the breeze,

I fell down on my knees,

Not very pleased.

 

Act 2:

Mean while, in the other kingdom,

In the sound of the drums dumdum,

‘Oh! My lord! Our plan has not been revealed

It is properly concealed’ said the soldier.

 

The spy has been killed,

Though he was very skilled.

However, he said something silly,

That doesn’t matter really.

 

He said it to a knight,

Who was brave and ready to fight,

Since it was night time,

He couldn’t find the crime.

 

Act 3:

I was riding so fast,

Thinking of the past,

The words that he said at last,

Stood in my head like a mast.

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What did he mean? I thought.

With my mind, I fought,

 The answer I got,

Nearly took me apart.

 

On jumbling the letters,

I found that the words he meant were deeper.

‘KING DIES IN TWO DAYS’ was the answer.

Whoa! God save the king!

 

Within two days, I rushed to king,

And said the bad news someone is going to bring,

Within the strike of the string,

The guards were at full swing.

 

 On the second day, the enemy was captured,

I was dually rewarded,

For I was married to my dear princess.

All’s well that ends well (except that death part actually)

 -K.HARIHARAN


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