Treasure Island

Nicholas Spandrel

(05/11/1990 / Fort Ord, CA)

Stonira Hedgire (dragon for StoneHenge)


Mysterious boundaries between both worlds,
A portal unseen by those who disbelieve,
A guardian hides there looking for friends,
As light shines on him, his heart is a diamond,
As night falls his eyes are a sapphire and ruby,
Searching for those who don’t fear but see,
As those who are brave calm the beast within.


*according to legend StoneHenge is more than a monument but a portal between the physical and spiritual. the Guardian is also known as the portal's eyes as a ruby and a Sapphire are seen not by normal eyes but by those who see through the disquise.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 12, 2009

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