The Plagent Calling

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
it be a poem

Submitted: May 15, 2008

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Submitted: May 15, 2008



Oh how harrowing can one man be
Cruelest of the darkest Knight
Of chivalry’s opposing traits
Oh how ribaldry, man sparks a fight
Descending to the deepest ledge
Upon a shelf all of your own
Quiver me up in spasms of grief
But now I bid, be gone
A foolish trick was cast my way
In turn I flee this dismal tree
That you no longer hold power true
‘Tis not mine, but your insanity
I will not fall not one more time
A chance was set but I am saved
A prince has fled to further skies
I am the repercussion that remains
Fear not, or think me wise
‘Tis better for the heart never see
That I, remarkably, have passed the test
And time has giveth me, the final piece

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