eleeda rajack

The Unicorn - Poem by eleeda rajack

drinking by the lake
a unicorn white
its horn sparkles so
in the moonlight bright

the unicorn, oh unicorn
a beautiful sight
roaming around on
a cold, moonlit night

a scent of vanilla
is the unicorn, oh
how graceful it is
as white as snow

as dawn comes close
morning bird's chirps fils the air
but as the sun rose
the unicorn just disappered

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  • Sidi Mahtrow (2/5/2012 7:50:00 PM)

    Pegasus came and took him away
    For they were mates of another day
    And if you look closely at the image of a flying horse
    Atop his head is a single horn - of course.

    Some call it a Unipeg
    Or others say it's a Pegahorn
    The product of mythology - reborn.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 5, 2012

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