Hercules

Poem by: robertkaban

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Just a piece I wrote for a project in 8th grade

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Submitted: April 07, 2012

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This is the story of a hero,

Majestically risen from a none, a zero

Hercules, son of Zeus

Who could throw a pebble and kill a moose

From a pure immortal, to a sinful man

From riding chariots through the sky, to driving a van

Born from a god,

Sent to this ball of sod

Survived to tell many tales,

Lived through many fierce gales

Hercules followed a lonely and dangerous trail,

Where at every turn some hideous villain would assail

Until he found his flaw,

A beautiful mortal he saw,

And found a true sense of love

As peaceful and mighty as the dove

That was the start

Of an age-old tale of love that can’t part

As long as Hercules believes in himself, and the might of his heart

 


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