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Ode to the Water Faerie
See how the sun reflects off the breeze:
The ripples singing though underwater trees;
Aqua blue with bright emerald green,
Gold tipped songs with silver sheen.
Tipping falls of threaded silk,
Pearly skin as white as milk,
Sapphire lights that dream of the sky,
Lips as soft as a whispered sigh.
Twisting turning slender voice,
Harmonising to rejoice.
The shooting stars below the moon
Join the rich and endless tune.
Note by note and song by song,
Always short yet always long;
Done too soon, dragging by,
Until the songs of faeries die...
As she mourned by the riverbed,
Professing tainted love,
She drowned her faith with hopeless tears,
Cursing skies above.
Could I have been responsible
For this untimely death?
And did my brother groan my name
With his last dying breath?
Could he have known the pain I do
As I am left alone?
Death has stolen both our souls--
I can't make it on my own!
And then she hung her head again,
Tears welling in her eyes.
She couldn't let her loved one go,
And couldn't bear to rise.
A gentle voice called out her name,
Expressing its concern.
She told of her companion
For whom her heart did yearn.
The faerie pitied the poor girl,
Watching as she weeped.
She gently smiled and raised a hand
To brush a tear from her damp cheek.
Thyora's pain was crystallized
In her lonely tears.
The faerie hoped to aid the girl
The day she faced her fears.
She attached this to a golden chain
On which she worked her magic.
And told the girl to wear it,
If e'er her state was tragic.
This could not heal her wounded heart,
For her brother was still late.
Yet this embodiment of love
Could protect her from his fate.
The Aisha Thieves
Along the darkened city streets
These silent hidden creatures creep
To steal within our quiet homes
Our treasures plundered furtively
Riches ransacked as we sleep
They hide beneath us all by day
'Til sunset fades the light away
Stealthily they rise above
When shadows paint the world with night
The Aisha Thieves come out to play.
Their motivation is obscure
Nobody living knows for sure
The reason for their larceny
This secret, locked away below
Within a hideout quite secure.
Codestones, faeries, Neggs, and cash
These Aishas have a hoarded stash
Expensive trinkets disappear
Forever lost to nimble paws
That leap to rooftops in a flash.
Aisha lovers, heed this threat
Abandoners will soon regret
A careless act could turn to woe
Innocence led far astray
When Aisha Thieves adopt your pet!
Mystery Island at Sunset
The scarlet sky, dipped in pots of dye,
Colors soaking into the vaporous cloud.
Set in the center, the sinking star
Is a torrent of brilliance, radiant and proud.
A sight set against the reflective sea,
Before a backdrop of mountainous green.
A soft breeze caresses, bringing scents of life.
Sensations combine into a fleeting scene.
Not far away, in the tree-lined training school,
Eager young pets hustle to learn;
Fresh-faced, green as the new buds on the trees,
Their hearts are alive, passions still burn.
I lean against a warm palm's bark
And soak in the moment, absorbing it.
I feel alive and at peace with the world.
I think I'll miss this moment quite a bit.
Once splendid tales there were to tell --
The tales few dreamers know;
Of shrouded glory they once were
And distant times ago.
And once on beaches far and free
Fresh mists rolled with the tide;
And sunlight frisked on distant shores
To light the clear seaside.
And how the waves swelled with the wind
And how the seas swirled then;
The shrill, true cries of barren gales
Surged and soared again.
And in that time the sunshine failed
The fair shores lost their glow;
The bleak waves tossed their icy crests,
The harsh winds shrieked of woe.
The seasons' colors came to fade
As blossoms shied from bloom;
Pale summer's sheen crept from the land
And withered into gloom.
As time again revealed the light
And calmed the seas storm-tossed;
In poems now the myths relate
The bliss the islands lost.
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