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My Petpet Disaster
My Angelpuss is a devil
The Triffin stole my money
My Mallard is a rebel,
And the Buzzer took all my honey!
My Warf ate my Plushie Pfish
The Baby Blu swam away
My Cubett turned circular,
But was too embarrassed to say!
My Bowla came untied
The Cirrus lost my locket
My Rock was used for hopscotch
And the Ona burnt a hole in my pocket!
So the advice I would give to you
About my Petpet disaster
Leave those things in the shops
Let the Neopets be friends with their master!
I thought I would start
The Spooky Food Club
Eating Glaring Eye Wraps
And a slimy Snail Sub
I would create a fad
We would rival the gourmets
With our Roast Tentacles
And Blumaroo Steaks
I bought up those Clawmatoes
And Squishy Brain Wraps
I thought up a slogan
This club was a snap!
There was only one snag
I hadn't foreseen
My Neopets growled at me
Looking quite mean
It seems they don't like
My spooky food collection
They turned up their noses
At all my spooky confections
So I tagged it all
Bagged it all
Put it in my shop
And joined the Gourmet Club
Looking for a Chokoto Chia Pop
I kneeled to the hot, barren ground,
Before the shrine to whose spirit was bound,
It was there that peace could be found,
In that quiet place without a sound.
Upon the surface of the stone,
Appeared a language never known,
'Twas older than time's dust and bone,
As from a distance they shone.
To me these words he said,
"Life is not one woven thread,
But the tapestry that lies ahead,
There is no end to which you can be led."
His voice faded into the sky,
And I knew he told no lie,
It was as if I could finally fly,
Those were words I could live by.
I rose from where I kneeled,
A new feeling to me was revealed,
My fate was then forever sealed,
From the enormity I reeled.
The words he said to me,
Made a difference ultimately,
No longer could I not see,
The greatness of my destiny.
A gift from him I received,
None yet to be perceived,
It was then that I believed,
The gift of strength,
Had been bestowed upon me.
Ode To Slorgs
When walking around Neopia,
Sometimes you will hear,
A small, squishy noise,
Ringing through your ears.
Listen! Another squish,
Odd, no one is around.
It'll almost make you wish,
That you had never looked down.
Staring right up at you,
With happy, gleaming eyes,
Is a small, slug like creature,
Quietly attracting flies.
It's now climbing the seams,
Of your finest pants.
The more the small thing beams,
Climbing up the foreign ramp.
It's cute, it's smelly.
Your Neopet seems to like it.
You'll take it home, and treat it right,
Because, hey! It didn't cost any money.
The Lost Faerie Kau
Out by the hills of emerald green
Where the streams and rivers run
With the skies above a brilliant blue
And clouds of white surrounding the sun
Was the most wondrous little faerie Kau
With her owner and her friend
They played among the reeds and lily pads
Just by the river's bend.
The little faerie Kau took lily flowers
And, flying, threw them in the air
And with her friend, their joy knew no end
As they played in peace without a care.
Just then, the wind grew too strong,
And pushed the Kau to the water's edge
Slipping upon the loose rocks there
She fell over the slippery ledge.
Her friend ran to help her, but
It was too late to save her now
And so carried by the river current
Was the poor little faerie Kau.
The little Kau lived, though,
And carried by the stream
Had traveled a great distance
And she could see the Koi's scales gleam
Just as she thought all was lost
She was brought onto the shore
By the school of Koi, and she found herself
In a land not seen before.
In a land she could not recognize,
Her courage began to wane
"I am lost," cried the faerie Kau
"And I shall never see my home again."
She tried to fly, for a better view
But alas, for her fall
Had badly hurt her little wings
And she could not fly at all.
As her hope was gone, the little Kau did don
A burden of all her fears
Lonely and forsaken, she cried,
Her big, brown eyes welling with tears.
"Do not cry, my little Kau,"
Said a voice out of the blue
"For I will bring you home, and give
Happiness back to you."
A faerie had appeared
In radiant light she was seen
And wearing a crown, with wand in hand
Was her highness the Faerie Queen.
With a wave of her wand the Faerie Queen
Healed the wings of the little Kau
And having been helped by so kind a queen
She did her best to make a bow.
And so flying now together
They followed the path of the river deep
And found the faerie Kau's friend,
Who then no more did weep.
Reunited, and happy once more
They thanked the Faerie Queen
And they left as night was falling
Upon those hills of green...
The Faerie Queen smiled and disappeared
With the setting sun
And now my friend, 'tis the end
And this story now is done.
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