Treasure Island

Rachel Brewer

(28/01/1991 / Maidstone)

Do You Think You Can Defeat Me?


Do you think you can defeat me?
With only that weapon in your hand?
Do you really think you can defeat me?
All by yourself?
I am the guardian of the sea.
And I am the guardian of the sun.

Do you think you can defeat me?
With those ribbons in your hair?
Do you really think you can defeat me?
Just by your own will?
I am the guardian of the fire,
And I am the guardian of the earth.

I am the guardian of the forests,
And the spirits in the green.
I am the guardian of the mountains,
And the creatures of the land.
So, do you really think you can defeat me?
With only that weapon in your hand?

Submitted: Wednesday, March 18, 2009

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