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AISHA DAY SPECIAL

The Aisha Thieves
By Anthony62490

Our silken fur is black as night,
Striking sleeping hearts with fright.

Stand together, beat the odds.
Don't be fooled, we all are frauds.

Sit right down and hear our story,
Our mighty tale for all our glory.

Purrow, Meesha, and the rest:
We only want the very best.

Stealing goods, that is our game,
Our winding stair to riches and fame.

From the ceiling to the floor,
We always get what we come for.

Their locks are strong I'm sure,
And they will always feel secure.

But when dawn's light breaks, they'll look aghast.
The richest Neopets will never last.

The poor ones, on the other paw,
Are safe according to our law.

We take what we want, we don't say please.
Who are we? The Aisha Thieves.

We operate in mystery,
And according to our history,

We've stolen from everyone...
Except you.

The Court Dancer
By Tigresa69

The music starts,
she begins to dance,
her skirts wildly flaring,
she jumps and spins,
a graceful game;
her dance is boldly daring.

Slowly she weaves
a web of illusion,
captivating those who look,
providing distraction,
a fatal attraction,
her audience is hooked.

The drums pound,
a turbulent sound,
she sashays to the beat;
with a tambourine in her hand,
and a twinkle in her eye,
she frantically stamps her feet.

An Aisha of spirit,
of fire, of grace,
she begins her magic spell,
to shroud all judgment
and trap all reason
underneath a veil.

They watch her closely,
puppets to her string,
she has them all entranced;
with a mysterious smile,
and a tinkle of bells,
she is Queen of the Court Dance.

The Alien Aisha Vending Machine!
By Stariell

It's bright and loud, with flashing lights,
Buttons with levers in between,
A special gift from outer space,
The alien Aisha vending machine!

When the alien Aishas first landed
In Neopia's central square,
They ran to try out all the shops,
And buy things to eat and wear.

But Neopian food was disappointing,
So far as the Aishas could see,
And so they set up a large machine,
To serve up their own favourite recipe.

Instead of just plain boring ice cream,
They added spring onions for flavour,
Asparagus yogurt and smelly sardines
Are the kind of treats they savour.

You have to use a shiny Nerkmid,
To get the strange machine to work,
But perhaps it is best left to Aishas,
The Neopet with the strongest stomach!

Pazo, the Lonely Aisha
By Christinetran

A crown of silk and gold
Sits atop his amber head.
He's wrapped in jewels and silken folds,
His feet, adorned in yellow thread.
Pazo, the Lonely Aisha.

Alone he lives in the desert land,
A land that is lost and neglected.
He travels across the endless sand
With bent head and heart, dejected.
Pazo, the Lonely Aisha.

Yet, the Aisha still dreams his lavish dreams,
And fills his head with passionate fire.
That, perhaps, a day shall come and gleam
With quests that quenches his heart's desire.
Pazo, the Lonely Aisha.

He wishes to become a worshipped idol,
Whose deeds are known far and wide.
So he imagines his life without a bridle,
And his heart just swells with pride.
Pazo, the Lonely Aisha.

Yet, he is just a chip of thin ice
Within a world of permafrost,
And his dreams are just a fool's paradise,
A country that he shall never cross.
Pazo, the Lonely Aisha.

Nevertheless, he continues to aspire,
And each day his dreams
Grow higher and higher.
So he patiently schemes
And awaits the day,
When his dreams
Will finally come and stay.
Pazo, the Lonely Aisha.

Alien Aisha Backward Countdown
By Schefflera

Aishas, Aishas, alien Aishas,
Six-eared Aishas out in space.
Aishas, Aishas, alien Aishas
Are a most peculiar race.

Captain Xelqued was quite clever,
He who tricked the Faerie Queen.
After that, of course, he'll never
Set his foot inside again.

Aishas I and II aren't listed,
But no doubt they're strange enough.
Like the rest, intriguing, twisted
Thoughts inventing lots of stuff.

Beerlap III is numbered firstly,
First to step on newfound ground.
For adventure he is thirsty,
Bold and bright, and sure and sound.

Gargon IV will go exploring
Star to star for strange new food.
What he makes will not be boring,
More I can't say -- it's too rude.

Farlax V to seek they're sending,
Not the food but where to sell.
Gargon's recipes he's vending --
Plant machines where they'll do well.

Shreegla VI is now researching,
Stepping out to the unknown.
It's too bad that in his searching,
Things he finds will make him groan.

Arlhox VII, great commander,
Long of ear and quick of wit.
Praise they give, but they don't pander:
His decisions always fit.



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