Crystal Keep - Poem by Tobias Porter
With deep blue crystal eyes,
In a chamber of her own fate.
Will her hero come to keep?
On the dragons date,
In the fall out of the beat.
Will the hero come to meet?
The challenge set before her own feet.
What would happen for the man?
If he was at crystal keep.
And if the heart burnt like a star,
how many times have you gone to far.
and in the crystal keep do my eyes solomly weep.
With pink shattered lips, do i kiss.
to hold every wedding, that i have missed.
and to keep a promise, a deal must be made.
to whom the devil, and his ugly spade (tridant)
and in the cave of crystal keep, do my eyes solomly weep.
to behold the golory of, why of course the turtle dove.
do love, to sleep.
to no longer weep,
to care, to share.
with my bride asleep.
to shatter into a thousand peices.
and the thunder of a thousand horses.
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