Natalie Castro


The Dragon - Poem by Natalie Castro

Knights quiver in fear of the dragon that flies above
Draw your swords I dare
The mighty dragon will swoop down
And play a game that isn’t so fair.

Crimson scales that shine
Tail that lashes
With its fiery breath
Burns the town to ashes.

Ebony claws that glitter
Jaws that gape
The mighty dragon rests
In the forest nape.

Dragon that roars, dragon that snarls
So come, draw your swords I dare
The dragon’ll come down
And play a game that isn’t so fair.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 23, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 24, 2011


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