Zeus’s Thunderbolt

November 15, 2017
By laurarodriguez BRONZE, South Plainfield, New Jersey
laurarodriguez BRONZE, South Plainfield, New Jersey
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Surges of power fly off my edges
No other stronger than I, who my master possesses
I am the glasses without which Zeus could not see,
and the symbol of skies, boundless and free
But just like a racehorse I need my good rest
if the King of the Gods wants me at my best
Oh puny humans, who live down below
It’s good for your sake that you’ve learned how to grow
from days of violence and nights filled with strife
To ages of wisdom, lit bright with life
Should the day come you relapse to such woes
You shall suffer the punishment Zeus will impose
Remember that I am the snake’s deadly fang
With my zip and my zap I will strike with a bang
The power of a mighty sword times ten,
At a simple command, I’ll destroy Earth yet again

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