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I'm Late, I'm Late
of worried wind
as the tawny tail-blur is
glimpsed from lane to lane. He
hurtles: swift as a Puppyblew after
its large-eared master's nutty treat.
This Zafara, however, chases not a nut
but rather, whole plates of them -- that
is, edibles at the Zafara Day festivities.
Indeed, sheer fun had been promised --
now if only he wasn't late! Each anxious
breath-puff is a party horn's toot, each
shifting spike a candy corn. Alas, the
Zafara's arrival is greeted only by
confetti remnants, five lonely
balloons. Thus: this pocket
watch is my gift.
Jhudora's Thoughts on the Jhudora Bobblehead
I saw that blasted bobblehead
A week or two ago;
The nerve of those who made this parody!
I felt my hackles stand on edge,
My ire begin to flow.
No one makes a bobblehead of me!
Just look at how it mocks me there
By waving side to side,
Those stupid wings just fastened to its dress.
That awful hair, so dull and plain,
Those vapid eyes so wide.
To this whole thing I simply must protest.
It has none of the grace of me,
None of my famous charm,
It doesn't show the grandness of my wings.
I swear, I will search far and wide
To find and then to harm
The pet who made this horrid, blasted thing.
It's nothing like me! I don't think
It captures me at all.
I surely don't look half as bad as that.
My head is not that big and cute,
My figure's much more tall.
Besides, it makes me seem a little fat.
Although, I guess that I could see
How some might find it nice.
For, after all, it is a little charming.
It does have some sort of appeal,
This bobbling device.
And I suppose it isn't that alarming.
In fact, I think it's kind of cute,
In its own evil way.
And even though it seems a little trite,
I think for now I will permit
This little toy to stay
On my mantle. This bobblehead's all right.
The Angry Buzz
Tattered wings beating the air,
Red eyes radiating a cold glare,
Angry Buzz mottled and green
In the jungle ruins can be seen.
Angry Buzz guards jungle ruins gate,
He senses a fight; he cannot wait!
White Lupe hero's wand held steady,
They watch, circle and get ready.
The Buzz dives fast and low,
The Lupe dodges, but is slow.
Ruins guard does his job well,
Grins as the intruder just fell.
Yet all is not yet done,
His opponent has not yet run,
So he flies in once again
For the attack, but then
The Angry Buzz meets the wand.
Ungracefully does he finally land,
Defeated, watching white Lupe go
Deeper into jungle ruins of woe.
Just because he's further in his quest
Doesn't mean he is already the best.
Angry Buzz guards jungle ruins gate.
White Lupe will return; he will wait.
Angry Buzz is down but not out;
He is more than ready for another bout.
The Calm of Night
Deep within the fog-wrapped mountains,
Shrouded by the mist -- a cold cocoon --
Lies the dark red city of wonders,
Set against the curving moon.
The sun has long fallen behind the horizon;
The sky now as deep and black as lead,
Encrusted with glowing white stars --
The midnight blanket is spread.
The day has long passed over,
The bustling streets now so very bare
Of the tourists that had peered and wandered
From every colourful shop and stall -- a fair.
So busy and alive during the day,
A stark contrast to what nightfall brings,
For a calm descends upon the city
As the nighttime birds softly sing.
The Tomamu begin this song,
A quiet and lovely tone,
And one by one they stop,
Until one is left singing alone.
This single song -- an evening solo,
The most beautiful voice of all,
Lulling the citizens to sleep
As all their lids slowly fall.
This still picture against the mountains,
Where the roar of the waterfall sounds
Beneath the homes of the sleeping,
In only one place can it be found --
Shenkuu -- the city within the mountains,
In sunlight, so restless and affray,
But in darkness there is naught but calm,
Where a Neopian can peacefully end their day.
The Grarrl Warlords
Somewhere most won't dare to tread,
Atop a plateau high.
Two ancient foes met face to face,
Beneath a cloudless sky.
Two titan creatures standing tall,
As silence did descend.
Seconds ticked on bated breath,
They'd fight until the end.
To the North one raised his head,
Released a ghastly roar.
A challenge issued to his foe,
That none would dare ignore.
Like rival forces did they sprint,
Weapons aloft, held high.
Roaring like twin raging beasts,
Ongoing, battle cry.
Each step did shatter soil below,
Their tails moved like lead.
Sweeping, weapons in themselves,
Instilling fear and dread.
Each Grarrl did raise his sword on high,
The metal met and smashed.
Upon the barren, bleak plateau,
Two mighty warlords clashed.
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