Legends of old


When little kids ask for stories

Regale them of our lore and its glories.

Listening with rapt notice

Tales of champions and menaces.

One and all exclaim with awe

Hearing about our Gods.

They don't die

Live within us and fly.

Burn like a phoenix

Survive with their tactics.

Look beyond the veil

When the fiercest quail.

Never lose their light

Even on the darkest of nights.

With a love so perfect

They attack and protect.

For the ones they care

Their souls laid bare.

Honor their word with pride

Till their last glide.

So hush, my child

Heed the noble and wild.

As all princes and peasants

knelt before our legends.

  • Author: Onyx (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 2nd, 2024 09:57
  • Comment from author about the poem: Whether in books or real life, this is for the people who were strong when it mattered.
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