The Wind Blows

Discussion in 'Fan Poetry' started by Radagast, Aug 24, 2004.

  1. Radagast

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    The Wind Blows

    All be wary, all be warned.
    The innocent wind is cruel.
    It howls with mighty terror,
    natures intended path lost.

    You must finish the delicate air,
    with grace invisible to it’s eye.
    Let the cold steel of hope,
    slash and hinder our hidden foe.

    Never leave your confidence.
    Death laughs hideously at cowards.
    Stand your ground with blood honour,
    be content with the silent peace.

    Save yourself from the wind.
     
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    that is a vary true radagast I have you are pritty good! cud you tell me what kinda book would be good for me to read I have not got to read that much potery adn I want tio read more?
     
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    A good book for poetry? I'm not to sure, there are many out there that contain the 'set' classics though, or you could go author specific (I recently bought a book completely dedicated to Edgar Allan Poe). Plus, there are tons of poetry websites out there, which a quick Google should supply.
     
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    ok cool thanks a lot.