katarina bowman

(07/18/94 / delaware)

As you seek your destiny!


Daughter, daughter, shinning bright
precious jewel within my sight
oh, if i could soar with thee
As you seek your destiny.
to see with you the cabes and skies
vistas grand beneath your eyes
taking wing to horizons new
let us wonder who awaits you!
A dragon bright?
A dragon dark?
victor of deuls with battle marks?
A dragon strong?
A dragon keen?
singer of honors and triumphs seen?
Red, gold, bronze, and blue
to your lord you shall be true.
copper, silver, black, and white
who will win your mating fight?
for in your hearts out future rests
to see our line with hatchlings blessed,
and for those who threaten clutch of flame,
to feel the wrath of dragon-dame!

Submitted: Monday, February 14, 2011
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