Runni McDaniel

Rookie (10/7/1994 / Denison, Texas)

Deep Spell - Poem by Runni McDaniel

Magic is cast causing unrepairable damage
inside and out
The battle continues on between the two mages with spells flaring
The two worn from their usage of magic
A young woman watched with worry shown her eyes
The mages continued ot clash, until both back away to cast one final spell
The woman's eyes widened, before running inbetween them at the last minute
Both spells hit her and she fell to the ground
The mages rush to her side, hoping she is still able to live
The woman smiles at them faintly and under her breathe she says
'I'm glad you don't to fight any...more...'she closes her eyes soon after, but
continued to wear her smile
At that moment the spell on the two mages had vanished along with her


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 15, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, December 16, 2011


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