Titan - Poem by Demon Eastoe
If I had any horse I wanted,
He would be a grey,
And he would be called Titan,
And he'd follow me every day.
I would raise him from the youngest foal,
Make him super strong,
He would love me more than you,
Whether I be right or wrong.
The other horse‘d be black as night,
And stalk me where ever I go,
She would Kick me til I'm black and blue,
And bite me til blood shows.
She would hate me more than Anything,
Even the devil king,
She'd go to the nth degree,
Whatever challenges would bring.
Titan he would kick her,
To save me from the pain,
But I would quickly stop him,
Because she would feel the same.
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