Warriors Of Honor - Poem by Jacob Biehl
The clash of steel,
of the titans of armor,
no heat, only duty they feel,
of knight of west 'gainst knight of east into each other they bore,
of blood all but the knights reel.
For the Daimyo, a samurai will die,
of lightning blade will strike,
with club of demon will smash thy,
of yumi bow you wont like,
you fall to bushido, thine.
Thy loyal warriors of code and honor,
fight not for them but of another,
the respect ever greatly grow,
their code of will and strengh,
for they lord will never low.
Thy loyal warriors say:
the code of conduct is my way.
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