Dragon Poem

May 14, 2009
By Anonymous

Fierce and frightening the dragon roars
Spreading his wings away he soars
To the castle of Stewart where he abides
Breathing fire as he glides
Away, away to fight his wars.

Gandalf the dragon, savage as a storm
Appears to the us in ravenous form
Bellowing loudly his breath ablaze
We all scream, and run from his gaze
Like angry bees we race and swarm

Spreading his vast wings, away he soars
Far Far away he flies as he mourns
Gandalf, the fearfulness dragon, only wanted to play
Poor gandolf the dragon will have no wars today

The author's comments:
this poem inspired my life

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