Forgotten Fable - Poem by Anas Aleyt
The infamous fable shall be heard once more,
A fable that spread terrors, nothing like before.
Like a plague, once they battled,
Tis only a myriad more fatal.
Brought upon them, by their own malice and spite,
To their behold kingdom, where days were no longer bright.
Soon when the tale leaks through the portal,
Fear it carries, slowly pierce their mocking.
The return of the nameless forgotten mortal,
Fable of a pawn, once checkmated the king.
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