Kushagra Goyal

How To Train Your Dragon - a poetic tribute

If pests ain't your problem
Then how to, be your question
ain't no spray gonna work
Is that arrow gun and falchion

Hiccup ain't the slayer he thinks
But the viking blood does run
if slaughter ain't the solution
Then 'How To Train Your Dragon'

You see a 'Monstrous Nightmare'
You sure are a roasted bun
They don't spare you upon seen
Is what you think, you are gone

Livestock ain't what they want
Sometimes there is a reason
They don't mean to hurt you
Killing men is just retaliation

An awesome ride On the 'Night Fury'
Gets Astrid and Hiccup a relation
So the mighty vikings get a kid
Who knows 'How To Train A Dragon'

Set sail to the Dragon's nest
To kill the herd, was it done
Mighty dragon only fury can kill
Training comes to rescue and son

So that now you know all abouts
Of how the impossible is done
Befriend all the pests you can
Thats 'How You Train Your Dragon'

Submitted: Thursday, September 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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