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The (Real) Story of Borovan
By Dragonstorm_75

Behold this fragrant brew,
A winter day's delight,
Brown as chocolate dreams,
Frothy, sweet, and light.

A cup of fresh Borovan,
With cookies on the plate,
It warms my stomach so;
What else to say? It's great!

But where did it come from,
This lovely little drink?
What I'm about to tell you
Might give you pause to blink.

It might have come from there,
The frigid Terror Mountain;
Instead it dropped in here,
From near a desert fountain:

In Sakhmet's market square,
Beside himself with boredom,
A coffee seller sighed,
Excitement would be welcome!

And so leaning in his chair,
Creaking in protest,
He ended up a-falling,
So much for some rest!

A shelf was left unsettled,
And coffee beans were mixed,
The seller was unaware,
And lay there quite transfixed.

Then a baron did come by
To ask for a cup of tea,
But the seller was rather dazed,
And made a mug of coffee.

From the mixed beans was made
A most delicious, tasty drink,
Steaming hot like oasis air,
And dark as midnight's ink.

The concoction was then spirited
To the snows of Happy Valley,
Where in mirth of jolly folk,
'Twas renamed quite promptly.

"Borovan" they called it,
And so "Borovan" it stayed,
To be enjoyed for ages,
(Or rather for a decade!)

Created by an accident,
And now enjoyed by all,
Let's enjoy Borovan Day,
With a fresh-brewed cup!

What Hanso Thought
By Kyndalbrooke

What were his last thoughts as he turned to stone?
What was he thinking when he broke the gem?
Did he think heroism could his thievery atone?
Was he planning to save the world from mayhem?

The witch had to be stopped, no matter the cost.
He willingly paid the price for a world in need.
Maybe he felt he could repair it all if he was lost,
Maybe it was the only way to stop an evil deed.

Now he stands as still as a statue like the villain,
His handiwork immobilising her, himself as well.
The girl stands beside them, realisation setting in,
Wondering how to free him from the accursed spell.

Does she know what went through his mind?
Did it occur to her what he may have thought?
Does she even realise he had thoughts of the kind,
That he has one reason for the battles he's fought?

On his mind was a girl with reddish hair;
Strong, cunning warrior's face, beaming with virtue;
Two blue eyes glimmering with shy, hidden care;
And an uncompleted sentiment he treasured: "I l--"

Hanso thought about Brynn.

Onwards to Y13!
By Aldurswolf

Looking back on the year,
It's been quite a blast.
We've had many good times,
And the mem'ries shall last.
There've been so many new looks,
From Aisha to Ogrin.
All the pets both big and small
Got sets of stylish clothing.

The Neopies have come and gone,
The NT has amassed 475 issues,
And so as another year begins,
We await whatever ensues,
Be it more games,
More avatars to find,
Or whatever else TNT
May have in mind.

Each species has new colours,
And newer colours have appeared,
From the solid stone of relic,
To transparent's oh-so-weird.
We beat AAA, Abigail, and Lulu,
Saw Lost Desert win the Cup.
With this year being so awesome,
There's nowhere to go but up.

We watched faeries to turn stone
While their great city fell.
The players and heroes saved it all.
Oh, all the stories Y12 can tell!
So it's with great anticipation,
With minds open and so keen,
We look toward the future,
And say, bring it on Year 13!

How I Missed Ogrin Day
By Chocolate_lover67

The calendars I did misread,
For flyers I had little need,
(They told me when it was to be),
So sadly I missed Ogrin Day.

I said, "Later, I'll work on this.
I have the time, no way I'll miss
Ogrin Day," but now I know,
That sadly I missed Ogrin Day.

Procrastination isn't all
That contributed, I recall.
Inspiration, 'twas running dry,
So sadly I missed Ogrin Day.

Then I got abducted by
Dr. Sloth, and that's no lie.
He said he didn't celebrate,
And sadly I missed Ogrin Day.

From Sloth, I quickly ran away,
It's not excuses, I should say,
Then I lost my way back home,
So sadly I missed Ogrin Day.

By the time I got home,
I had no way to write a poem,
I had no motivation, too,
And sadly I missed Ogrin Day.

The Actual Foe
By Green_wizardco

In the very beginning,
Neopians declared, "Jazan's the one!"
Others shook their heads;
"No, it can't be. Not that guy's son."

When Chapter Two was released,
Neopians screamed, "It's Nox! It must be!"
And who would have suspected
An innocent librarian Xwee?

Well, who could have foreseen it?
It wasn't sly Jazan or cackling Nox.
You, Xandra, are the real villain.
I admit, you were as clever as a fox.

When you lost your glasses,
Your true colours were revealed.
Faerieland crashing down below,
Your evil was no longer concealed.

With the artefact in one hand
And in your other some magic spell,
You cursed the faeries to stone.
Why did you do it? I can't tell.

But we will not bow down to you,
For evil's not the way to go!
Xandra, you clever Xweetok,
You're the actual foe.



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