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Imprisoned beneath the waves
Protector's Orb around her neck
She thinks darkly of other faeries
Become famous whence she left.
Nereid, waterlogged maid
Slumbering in waters of sky-blue shade
Once she's free you'll never come out
You never did know what magic's about.
Nuria, your flame has grown great
Perhaps that is why it's you she hates
Soon it'll be your final hour
When she regains her full power
Taelia, frozen twit
Without an ounce of useful wit
Stranded on snowy peaks so tall
She hopes you get hit by a snowball.
Siyana of Talador, the bright light
With you she always had a fight
Why you're there she does not know
Helpless when they need you so.
Psellia, dozing and dreaming and such
Just wait until she turns you into mush
No ambition, just sleep and help
While she sulks in the kelp.
Illusen, aide to the weak
Your warmth and comfort do others seek
Just growing flowers in your Glade
Your magic's a candle to HER blaze.
Jhudora, the new Dark Faerie
Next to her you're quite dreary
Gloating in your clouds, alone
Never did you help when she's set in stone.
Fyora, guardian of them all
It was you who caused her fall
To those weaklings do you tend
At you she'll aim her revenge.
While she waits she dreams dark dreams
Full of terror and faerie screams
Not anymore the Darkest, she
Possesses only the darkest hostility.
I find no peace and yet I make no war,
In water, stone and ice I fight and burn,
I fly above the sky, crash to the floor,
I clutch at nothing, I begin to learn.
You imprison me, but do not jail me,
I use my weapons, you begin to slow,
My battle with you will not destroy me!
I wish to live, to triumph, over you.
I cry. You are triumphant. I have lost.
I long to perish, but I beg for aid.
I hate myself, but love my owner still,
Feeding on sadness, laughing, weeping.
Death and life displease me equally.
I am in this state, Lupe, because of you.
The Great Scorchio
The Quiggle chirps as the night begins
A soft and mellow tone
I walk along the river's edge
Where the mighty beast had flown
Many years have passed and seasons gone
Since I saw him on that day
The Great Scorchio who told me things
That I still heed today
He told me wisdom never heard before
By any other mortal ears
Of life and death, love and hope
That I will treasure for many years
Then with a Uni's grace he lifted
His powerful wings
And flew into the darkness without a sound
But I will never forget those things
"Life," he said, "is beautiful, and it
Doesn't take a sage to know
That you must live it to its fullest
And never let it go."
As I gaze into a water
I can't help but to reflect
On that Great Scorchio's words
Which I will never forget.
About the enchanted turrets
Of a palace poised in cloud
A banquet had been set out
Of which the royal chef was proud.
Unique creations made
From food all over the world
Sent forth great aromas
Which curled and swirled.
For the ethereal faerie queen,
Wisest of them all
Had invited all faeries
And proposed a united ball.
Once musicians from the islands
Had exhausted all their song
All guests declared that to their beds
They all should now belong.
Therefore all faeries from light to dark
Glided to a room
Where they all should spend the mellow night
In dusky night costume.
Whether by effect of fatigue,
Eating or enchanted night-dress
All faeries dreamed heavily
Of dreams which did impress.
The dark faeries dreamt of winter
In an enchanted rainy place
And robes trimmed with
Enchanted ebony black lace.
The light faeries dreamt
Of summer high up in the cloud
Where the sun did beat down
And the sky was a blue so proud.
The earth faerie dreamt
Of spring when the glades were so green
And the woodland and its young
Created a joyous scene.
The autumn was pictured by the soup faerie
Who saw food for her pot
With nutty mushrooms and pottage
To keep her cauldron hot.
Of the wisest and most beautiful,
Queen Fyora dreamt and saw all
Then gazed down on her mystical kinfolk
With nothing less than enthrall.
The creative united energy
That the faeries had made together
Sank to Neopia and created the most fair weather.
It penetrated the sea and made Maraqua smile
It even affected Dr Sloth
In his evil, sinister guile.
When the faeries woke they did not know
Why they felt such joy
And even dark Jhudora found
It impossible to annoy.
Queen Fyora felt enormous love
And pride for her people
As she watched them leave
From the highest palace steeple.
And though they went back
To their normal daily lives
The goodwill and peace
In Neopia does still survive.
All around neopia
There are many things to see!
A cavern flocking full of fish,
Money growing on a tree!
But of all the sights in this great world
There's one I love the most.
In the darkest wood or the centre of town
You'll come across a ghost!
Acaras, Lupes and Kougras,
And all their Petpets too!
Surely someday at the Haunted Fair
There could be a ghostly zoo!
A tealish aura hovers 'round
All these creatures of the dead.
And orbs of bloody, crimson hue
Rest within each head.
Who could know the story,
Behind each restless soul?
Perhaps simply a paint brush,
Or did lives pay a toll?
A ghost is such a mystery
To those of us who live,
But I'm sure each ghostly Neopet
Has an interesting tale to give!
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