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Evan Greenhorn

Simple as could be, but with a dark past you see,
That golden hair swishing in the wind.
Hazel eyes stare you down, with both good and evil to be found,
In the moss where you lie.
His mother is shunned, his father condemned,
And only a girl can save him.
Great magical power, that grows by the hour,
For evil it may be used.
Half of his heart knows what to do, the other is pain enough for two,
And he ruins the one that may save him.
So old his child is gone, to hurt the child he was wrong,
She needed him so completely.
But his heart sees the light, his revelation is bright,
and he finally turns to good.





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