Cause And Effect

June 5, 2009
When the phoenix rises from his ashes,
He reminds the world of her clashes.
But he brings a bright light of hope,
A rising sun that glides along the slope.

When the dragon roars and bares his teeth,
He reminds the world of the fire underneath.
But he brings a great revelation,
A dawning realization that there is a destination.

When the wolf pounces on his prey,
He reminds the world of her disarray.
But he brings a blanket of shame,
An anger quickly turning into a flame.

When the serpent uncoils from the deep abyss,
He reminds the world of a rebellion that resists.
But he brings an unification of the races,
And of their differences, there are no traces.

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