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Key Quest Haiku
Choose a color first
It's red, yellow, green, or blue
I tend to choose red
Choose a starting home
You soon find yourself in-game
Ready, set, and go!
The goal is to win
By beating everyone else
By finishing first
Of course, first you need
To obtain five colored keys
Of different colors
Use powerups to
Be mean to your opponents,
But don't make them cry
Play mini-games to
Win a powerup or key,
But you can't win both
My favorite part's
When you open the vault and
Claim sweet victory!
This Xweetok with auburn locks of hair
Is truly every bit as fair
As beauty queens and ladies of flair
But, added to her science-chic style
Is the knowledge that, all the while,
She’ll be analyzing flora with a smile
Yes, this is the Xweetok who does it all,
Botany and archeology continue to call
Upon this acute woman; in fact, do recall
The time that she set out for that place,
The mysterious island that no one could trace,
She sailed to the island at a breathtaking pace
The boat crashed, but our hero stayed strong
Escaping with her father, Werther, and Roxton
They ventured into the trees,
Encountering a throng
Of colossal beasts of a shocking size
Upon seeing the Petpetpets,
They couldn’t believe their eyes,
Yet they made it back, bringing a prize:
An unusual fruit that remains in our history
As something that carries quite a mystery
Lilian brought us this sample,
But she plans to serve even more,
With a return to the island
That caused this uproar
She will solve the mystery of its cryptic shores
Ode To A Brave Neopet
My Neopet isn't mighty,
His defense is rather light,
He couldn't handle battling
But he still put up a fight
He never seemed to cower,
Always did just what was told,
He threw himself in battle --
So fearless, brave, and bold
His weapons were quite shoddy,
I admit, I was too poor,
Everything was costly,
Too expensive to afford
Too often he had suffered
One-hit knockouts from his foes,
But he picked himself right up again,
He was right back on his toes
I really am quite proud of him,
Though he's weak and not well-armed,
For he made a valiant effort
And left seemingly unharmed!
I was waiting patiently
For my exam in line,
Drawing ever closer
To the scholar most sublime.
The Kacheek who, with a flourish,
Decides if we will pass
Into the Imperial hall,
Where the clever 'pets amass.
Sitting there with scroll and ink,
His Grarrl guard by his side,
He takes all these proceedings
Calmly in his stride.
A Bruce draws close and whispers,
"Independant is my word."
"That's spelt wrong," the scholar says,
"Go back to school, young bird."
And next there is a Mynci,
Who spells his word correct,
Into the hall he's ushered
While we look on with respect.
Finally, it's my turn,
And I've learned my word well,
But standing here before him
I find it hard to spell.
I don't know what I'm saying,
And I get my test all wrong,
The scholar shoos me away
From the hall where I belong.
But he whispers as I'm leaving,
"Please, don't be full of woe,
You can try again next year,
If you'd like another go."
He smiles as I walk away,
Determined to my core,
To make him proud the next time
And get in the hall door.
Whom The Meepits Fear
I've asked that question many a time
To my Pirate Meepit, name Brutus Khan.
He'd give me a look, a smirk, all confidence.
"Ain't nobody better at world domination
Than I," said the look. "I fear nothing."
One day, the day of explosive light,
A day where the sky lit up
And the land shook with a roar.
All eyes turned to Tyrannia,
But my Meepit cowered.
Looking over his shoulder, many a day,
Bags under his eyes.
He seemed fervent, more secretive,
Glancing at Tyrannia with terror in his eyes.
I was stunned, surprised.
What had Brutus acting like a Feepit?
What had him huddling under my bed?
The answer soon came to me.
I went to Tyrannia, intent on finding power.
Like my Meepit, I adore world domination.
There, I was met by a particular Lenny,
With eyes of steel and hair well groomed.
There was something in those eyes --
A something that lurked of darkness...
Yet I found her persuasive.
The masses don't need the obelisk,
And so I fell under her Sway.
My Meepit had been hiding
In my coat up until now.
He scrambled out to try and warn me
Before I joined her faction,
But it was too late.
The slow grin that ate that Lenny's face...
It certainly gave me pause,
And I wondered what I was getting into.
An organization that even the Meepits fear.
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