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Poem 6 - Dragon's Treasure

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Submitted: March 17, 2012

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A dragon’s treasure is his most valuable possession

For it gives him his golden light

Dragon would like to talk to its treasure

But it would say

“Stop sitting on me!!”

And dragon would get angry

And fire would lick his treasure

Burning it to a mound of still gold

But treasure would still nag him

Day after day

Finally dragon would ROAR

And the mound of gold would fall from the cave with a BOOM

Dragon has peace but no golden light

Things would be better if I could talk

But objects could not


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