Treasure Island

Bleeding Heart


Eragon


Eragon
A simple farm boy
A stone unlike any other
A Dragon named after a gem
Bound together by fate
Hearing thoughts
A not so average storyteller
A red Sword
An evil King
An Ancient Language that commands magical powers
A cat that talks
A witch who says there are only frogs
A prediction from bones
A life longer than average life
Battles raging around them
Many choices…
But only one leads to happiness and peace
A life of blood and conflict
Leaving home forever, never to return
An epic romance
A betrayal from within
A death
A diamond tomb
A mysterious stranger…
Who saves him…
Who has a secret past
An elfish girl…
Beautiful and powerful beyond all compare
A leader of a resistance and his daughter
A dwarf King
Two bald twins
A dwarf guide
A City made of Marble
Fires raging
A man who has evil demons within
A cripple who is whole
A Gem of great importantace
That gets broken in order to save him
A Deed
A Vision
A Scar
The Beginning of The Inheritance

Submitted: Friday, March 14, 2008

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  • Wre Rabaca (10/11/2008 10:08:00 PM)

    I love these books and this poem was good, because it doesn't rhyme. It may seem odd but because it doesn't rhyme it has the flow of Eragon's life. This is very good. Keep on writting! (Report) Reply

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