Amanda Tambacas

The Chosen One

Warrior queen.
Violet eyes ablaze,
her sword sing throught the air,
blazing red hair wips in the wind,
movements a blur,
She never fails.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 04, 2006

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  • Mickey Pig Knuckles (1/13/2006 10:58:00 AM)

    Amanda, I have read all of your poems and now must comment on your glowing talent as a wonderful poet. I admire the emotional injection of yourself you always include into each one and the message is always clear to this reader. I certainly want to Thank You for giving us all your creative words of poetry and especially for giving us all a little of you as you are awesome. Now, as I must part I want to leave you with a small request. Will you please keep your poetic pens ink flowing so your wonderful words of poetry keeps growing. Your Reading Fan, Mickey Pig Knuckles :) (Report) Reply

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