Robbie Spitz

Yoshiaki The Dragon - Poem by Robbie Spitz

Yoshi, second to Moon
fierce as a dragon.
Leads his army soon
For the battle has just begun.

Tall as a building true
Breathing fire.
So majestic against the sky so blue
As he ignites Moons burial pyre.

Fierce as any dragon can be
A tear falls from his eye.
Mourn does he
To a friend he says goodbye.

With a mighty roar
He takes to the sky.
As you would see in folklore
A dragon you can rely.

The ground trembles
As he lands.
While all around him crumbles
With the enemy in his hands.

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is Yoshi's tribute to a fallen comrade who had fallen in battle.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2012

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