A Dark Lifetime ...


Dragons Flower - Poem by A Dark Lifetime ...

Tell me a story with no happy endings
Where the slaves rules over the kings
In a land full of darkness and hate
Long forgotten and lost faith

Princess do you feel scared yet?
The kings sold you over a bet
In this tower you rest alone
To meet the dragon on your own

Its a tale about a dragons heart
Once you read it, you go back to the start
No one can understand the story I tell
About a dragon who for a princess fell

The dragon took care of the princess now
They shared a love so pure somehow
But the kings didn't want to loose their bet
Now are you scared yet?

Hundreds, thousands of shining knights
Attacked the tower in the darkest night
Kings who though they ruled here
Where getting strongly near

Fire, fire burning down the whole tower
Just to save his dear, precious flower
As they battled, spilled blood pure
The princess couldn't breathe no more

Fire, fire..
Burning everything with a grin
Fire, fire...
Burning the princess fragile skin

This kingdom is still out there
I don't know if its far or near
But in the darkness there is a tower
Where a dragon forever grieves for his flower...


Comments about Dragons Flower by A Dark Lifetime ...

  • Rookie - 4 Points Nader Baheri (2/24/2013 5:45:00 AM)

    the superb envision of the kingdom and sorriness for the princess and her love.and the misleader of a forgotten land.bravo dear Jelena
    actually i thought about the message you sent me.and you are right.the minsters or the Dragons are not as bad as we think they are.all of us have these monsters in our gut.we must face them and not to be scared of them.
    any way this is wonderful as much as ever.i like ie although i feel a little bit sorriness for the princess and the covenant with the Dragon
    cheers~nb (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 23, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013


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