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A Maritime Encounter
By Burntouttrash

"Oh 'tis a fine sailing day, to be sure"
The captain of the 'Fair Lady' smiled,
"Our cargo is bound for King Roo himself
"Back on our beauteous isle."

The Blumaroo grinned
At the thought of their home
But a cry went up from the nest,
"Ahoy! Ship ahoy! Off the starboard bow!"
And his heart sank in his chest.

'Twas a villainous ship the lookout spied,
Her sails were as black as the night,
From her mizzen mast flew the pirate flag,
A sailor's most dreaded sight.

"Turn her about," cried the captain in fear,
But the pirate ship drew nearer in,
"All hands on deck! To arms, my good men!
"To arms, if you value your skin!"

"Ahoy there" -- a voice, from the oncoming ship,
"Perchance, a word with your purser?
See we're out of milk, and cooking oil too,
And cook spilled all the raisins, curse her!"

The mate's long ears quivered;
"No fear," cried he,
"We're too clever for your tricks!"
The voice sighed, "Shame,
For we've dubloons to trade
"But no food -- we're in a right fix!"

Then up popped a head
From behind the ship's rails
And lo! It was the King Roo!
"I borrowed this ship from a chap at the docks,
"Thought you might be coming home soon."

Jhudora
By Boro4evr

Sweetest sweets can turn sour like that,
Turn to the dark side at the drop of a hat,
Casting the likes of spells, hexes and curses,
Pouting her lips which she so sweetly purses.

Sweetest sweets can turn sour like that,
Shouting and screaming like a badly hurt cat,
Streaks of violet, purple and green,
Scar the once flowing hair, so neatly preened.

Sweetest sweets can turn sour like that,
The indigo cape resembling a bat,
Ring of green and black adorn her fingers,
The smell of must, heavily lingers.

Sweetest sweets can turn sour like that,
Words of anger that can so easily be spat
Must be heeded with great caution,
For this witch can cause pain of evil proportion.

The Wave
By Wild_tigerlilly85

The restless sea is merciless
To travellers who dare
To leave the land and venture forth
Into its salty air.

Torrents swallow, creatures lurk,
And mysteries abound.
The waves of angry ocean tide,
Its victims will surround.

A crash, a roar, a scream in fear,
The sounds of the water world.
Inside this vast and endless place,
Ships and sailors are hurled.
But there is a brave protector,
Fearless enough to stand
Against the sea and all it holds,
Only a trident in hand.

His mane is wild as the waves,
His stare could stop a storm.
This Peophin's might and power
Puts him far above the norm.

He is the Wave above all waves,
Altador's ocean mage.
Honored above the others,
Above the sea's great rage.

Held high in their society,
His statue still stands today.
If only we had the power
To wake him in some way...

A Statue Most Mysterious
By Anjie

From chilling depths the fish do flee,
For something dark dwells in the sea.

Where currents warmth can never flow,
A realm where sunlight cannot glow.
Statue cast in granite bleak,
That none are brave enough to seek,
A female form stands all alone,
The Darkest Faerie, cast in stone.

A captive of own wicked ways,
The oceans floor is where she stays.
Entangled in a seaweed web,
Unmoving as the tides do ebb.
Expression etched is one of rage,
The Faerie trapped in stony cage.

A chosen one of Altador,
The Sleeper of the days of yore.
A name that few do dare recall,
For what was wicked, soon did fall.
A necklace grand doth grace her form,
Is it the key that shall transform?

From chilling depths the fish do flee,
For something dark dwells in the sea.

Balthazar's Story
By Brilliance109p

A gust of pink and violet mist
With sprinkled golden charm,
There came a tiny figure, blue
And rested on my arm.

Its eyes were shining pink and white,
A small and surly face,
With feet so small and silken wings,
A creature filled with grace.

It stared into my startled eyes,
Its fists were clenched up tight,
It shuddered as it shone and shook,
A star amongst the night.

Its tiny satin hair was set
On top of minute head,
Its mouth was zipped and shrunken closed,
My arm as faerie's bed.

It lay there, waiting, silently
Its wings shone bright, exposed,
I grabbed a glass and grabbed a lid...
I slowly twist it closed.

Now in fear, the faerie stared,
Betrayed and full of fright,
I don't know why I'm doing it,
But it gave so warm a light!

The very next I saw that came,
A faerie dressed in green,
In a glass that went again,
Never to be seen.

Soon I had so many jars,
They lined my largest shelf,
I sold them in the marketplace
And soon I had enough.

I'm famous for my cruelty,
I find I like it, though.
I don't know why, but dreams now seem,
So very long ago.



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