Dragon - Poem by Maria Junnonen
The skies roar or echo the sound
brave and humble dragon's might.
Fire burning down the ground, winter skies aren't here tonight.
Larger than woods, the wings spread, body covered in scales and teeth scraping off the light.
Strong dragon filled with fight, run or cover you human knight.
The dragon's roar of fire and sound, reaches the ears of princess in fright.
The lands are this creature's, ancent humble and great.
Dragons fly towards the sea, breaking the skies with their fire, raising respect and fear.
Roar now you ancient beast, feel free to mend your blight
Burst the fire from your mouth, flip your wings and take flight.
Sound and fear, can you hear,
the dragon's hoar but mighty call.
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