The Fall of The Castle

May 15, 2011
By KurlzBasheld PLATINUM, Abermain, Other
KurlzBasheld PLATINUM, Abermain, Other
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The castle was built with meticulous hands;
Walls of fragile fawn;
Proud and striking, it stood like a king;
Encircled with water that sparkled as molten gold in the topaz sun;
A glittering star shone above the inhabitants heads.
Filling their world with bliss.
...
Chilled spears struck the turrets;
The castle crumbled;
Effort of the craftsmen, lost in the debris;
An army surged upon the borders of the land, roaring in unreined wrath;
Destroyed was the happy peace that once dwelled;
The sand washed away in the waves…


The author's comments:
Nothing in the end.

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