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A Zephyr Passes Through
By Reggieman721

Tall golden stalks, in scented autumn breeze,
Take on the lilting rhythm of the seas.

Beyond a weathered wall, the castle stands,
As morning falls upon undying lands.

Its blue and crimson standards gently wave
To warriors' untimely, grassy grave.

A stirring whisper rises from the earth,
Remembering the kingdom's second birth.

The years flit past, blown on by fated wind;
Those memories of bygone days have thinned.

Left now is only silence of the dawn,
A leaden pause for ancient souls foregone.

A zephyr passes through unnoticed here.
The kingdom sleeps, no longer knowing fear.

Hubrid's Failed Hero Heist
By Carrotbreath

An evil, sinister Chia named Hubrid Nox,
Scary enough to give your pet NeoPox.
He planned and he schemed
In order to help the villains' team,
And Hubrid put the heroes away in a box.

Now there was this Poogle apprentice.
If he pulled off this mission, it would be momentous.
He put on his cloak and wizard's hat;
He grabbed his wand to make those Kacheeks splat!
And hopefully end the heroes' prison sentence.

One by one the enemies would drop;
Level by level he was reaching the top.
This Poogle had done it, he was reaching the end
And each hero, home he would send.
Kacheeks, Lupes, and JubJubs all fell like slop.

Woe to Hubrid Nox, he failed to reach his aim;
All he attained was Neopia's shame.
The courageous Poogle resolved the strife;
And the heroes could go back to their lives,
But what life is there in a trading card game?

Lustra the Golden Peophin
By Soriano2095

Agile, faster than
frantic Poogles in a race
wings slicing the wind

Eyes sharper than blades
detecting movement under
the serene waters

Magnificent tail
breaking clouds into pieces
disrupting silence

Is that a Jetsam
breaking the rules of order
seeking for revenge?

Without doubt she dove
A meteor from Kreludor
fierce, ready to brawl

The deterred Jetsam
vigorously returned home
waters soothe once more

Guardian of no fear
she swiftly flew to return
to the bowing clouds

The Fall of the Hasees
By Yampuff

We know that Hasees fell from the sky,
But maybe you have wondered why,
Since the creatures cannot fly,
How this feat came to be.

Above all, Hasees love to eat
Salty food, bitter, sour, or sweet --
Remember this now for I shall not repeat;
Their appetite led to their fall.

Fyora had herself a bunch
of Hasees that quite liked to munch
on her throne for dinner and lunch
and so she threw them out,

Onto a cloud, perched way up high,
the Hasees sat above the sky
and without food began to cry.
The cloud began to shake.

A Hasee may look rather small
and round as any squishy ball,
yet one by one they began to fall;
the cloud just could not hold them all!

They fell! They fell! Poor little guys
Falling, falling, through the skies.
It should have led to their demise,
but for a stroke of luck.

They landed in the warmest seas
and floated with the greatest ease,
toward the island with a breeze
that smelled of fruit quite sweet.

It is said within the hour
the Hasees started to devour
every fruit and every flower
that was within their reach.

The Island natives were not pleased;
"These creatures must not stay!" they wheezed.
The Hasees were most promptly seized
and brought before the Faerie Queen.

She gazed upon them with a sigh.
"I don't know what to do but I
will think of something by and by."
So spoke the Faerie Queen.

She brought them to a Petpet store
and pushed them gently through the door.
Now of my tale there's not much more
for me to tell to you.

Now if you desire, you may buy
the Petpets that fell from the sky
(although their price is rather high)
and feeding them no easy task.

But you will find them very cute;
they'll love you if you feed them fruit,
And with this I must give salute
and go my merry way.

I have but one thing more to say:
It is said that till this day
On quiet island nights you may
still hear the Hasees playing.

Anything but Grey!
By Monokhrome

Paint me bright starry;
I can be the night's sky.
And paint me faerie
So that I may fly.

Cloud, baby, plushie, or skunky,
Maybe even a disco funky.
Paint me speckled and paint me split...
Grey -- don't dare think of it!

Make me shadow,
Turn me snow;
Colour me spotted,
Let me glow,
Anything but grey, please,
I'm begging you --
I'm on my knees!

I can be invisible...
I can do that easy!
Make me camouflage,
so no one can see me.

Just please don't ever paint me grey,
I don't want to be so sad.
I'd like a rainbow, something happy,
And I could deal with that!



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