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The Spidery One
By Santarosa

The sound of clicks climb up the wall.
There's something there, not seen at all.
You shiver and can't feel a thing.
It's deathly cold, a soft, faint ring.

The drips of rain fall on the floor,
The web encased, the hardened roar,
The tingle falls slowly down your back,
The quiet rumble, the things will lack.

The wretched sound brings up the hair,
You turn around; there's nothing there,
Your breath is shallow and hard to hear,
You tell yourself there's nothing to fear.

You close your eyes and pray for hope,
There's something behind, a slimy rope,
You touch the string and can't let go,
You scream and flail, but you do know.

There's no escape, your fate is just doom,
They start to close in, the walls of the room,
You open your mouth, the cry is a song,
You give up hope; you know the end's wrong.

A Common Goal
By Amouramarie

The sand, it scrapes between your toes,
Whirls in your eyes and in your nose.
Under the sun, a hot wind blows,
In the Desert of the Lost.

As the time past wearily flows,
Workers can be seen, rows on rows,
What are they doing? No one knows,
In the Desert of the Lost.

Over the next blinding dune
Is stone-built furniture, roughly hewn,
The foreman yells, "You'll be done soon!"
In the Desert of the Lost.

For a moment you stop and stare
At the crowds of Neopets everywhere,
And though weary, they work with care,
In the Desert of the Lost.

And with a sense of fascination,
You view the pets from every nation
Working together in determination
In the Desert of the Lost.

Lupe and pup, Uni and foal,
All working together for a common goal,
And somehow the sight heals your soul,
In the Desert of the Lost.

And though as far as eye can see,
Is naught but sand -- no trees, no sea,
There's no place now you'd rather be,
Than the Desert of the Lost.

Nereid, the Water Faerie
By xx_crying_inside_xx

By moonlight's glow a crystal haze,
Atop a weathered stone.
A figure set against the black,
Singing mellow notes alone.

A conduit of water's magic,
From seas untouched and sweet.
Listening to the waves break,
Weaving songs in perfect beat.

Soft gale of coastal stupor,
Sweeps gold hair 'round her face.
Eyes of azure beauty--
Traits of feminine grace.

Hidden in her alluring cove,
Away from people's reach.
Watching night's veil of stars,
Unseen from on the beach.

Nereid the water faerie,
Bewitching those who view,
Her charming air and entrancing eyes--
A wonder from the blue.

Evantissa's Quest
By Darkmysticunicorn

Dark hooves on the seabed stepped softly, softly
Quiet ripples unfurling behind.
For the end of the quest
Would prove costly, costly
If the antidote she wasn't to find.

The delicate plant she sought slowly, slowly
Had the power to cure all those ill;
The inhabitants living so lowly, lowly
In the village Tyrammet so still.

A great plague had befallen this city, city
And sickened all those in its hold.
So Kyruggi the elder sought pity, pity
From Evantissa, their heroine of old.

They summoned and begged
Her for mercy, mercy
This Peophin adorned with steel.
"Evantissa," they cried. "We're so thirsty, thirsty
For the peace that we're longing to feel."

So The Steed of The Goddess sped quickly, quickly
To the waters that held the sweet cure,
Searching swiftly for leaves
That were prickly, prickly
In the depths of the Maraquan moor.

As the water enveloped her coolly, coolly
The red mane on her neck rose in shock
For the cure to the plague
Spreading cruelly, cruelly
Sat before her, aside a large rock.

Cheerful tinkles arose from its petals, petals
As it swayed to and fro in the sea.
Purple hues did adorn its sharp nettles, nettles
'Twas the plant know as "bluebells" to we.

So brave Evantissa plucked lightly, lightly
Til her saddle-bags filled to the brim,
And those petals of bluebells
Chimed brightly, brightly
As she whinnied and began to swim.

Once out of Maraqua she travelled, travelled
Even further to Tyrannian lands.
And there in Tyrammet she unravelled, 'ravelled
The bluebells, and placed them in good hands.

How the villagers rejoiced!
They were healthy, healthy
For the first time in Goddess knows when.
Evantissa was duly made wealthy, wealthy;
And her story immortalised in pen!

Neopian Lands
By Mirkeemoo

His paw was raised, his head was turned
The moon shone deepest blue,
And overhead the chirps of birds
As westward they all flew.

The wind was cold, the snow was damp
But there was nowhere else to go,
So onwards did that Gelert plough
Leaving paw prints in the snow.

For months he travelled onwards,
Seasons ever changing ruthlessly,
Until one day, his eyes they met,
A place where he'd be free.

Approaching with caution, the Gelert prowled
In the soft grass of that land,
The smell of food was strong near here
As was the feel of sand.

And with a final heave towards
A sign that justly read,
"Neopia, the land of free Neopets,"
No more could Gelert tread.

And while he lay there, on the ground,
A kind Acara brought him food,
And waking to her gentle hugs,
The Gelert slowly chewed.

Now in the land of Neopia
That same Gelert has a home,
He's many friends, and many toys,
And those lands he proudly roams!



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