The Lonely Dragon

May 17, 2009
By Hannah Ratliff BRONZE, Prairie Village, Kansas
Hannah Ratliff BRONZE, Prairie Village, Kansas
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There in the depths of Heritage Hall
there lives a dragon who stands so tall
he eats away at human bones,
filling the hall with shrieks and moans
Now, you hear a maiden call

The dragon is a lonely beast
and does not plan to have a maiden feast
He simply wishes to have a friend;
the maiden’s life, he does not plan to end.
They are content in the hall of the east

The dragon and maiden have a ball
there is happiness for one and all
Finally, a joyous dragon!
A wonderful ending for a dragon and a maiden small.

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