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The Gypsy
By Peanut02395

He stands alone, atop a hill,
Moonlight streams around his shoulders,
You suspect he's dead, he stands so still,
But then he moves, a wraith of light.

Scarlet and gold, obsidian and jade,
Colorful scarves flutter in the wind,
He gives a sigh, he wishes he'd stayed
In the camp where he belongs.

A scimitar, curving and bright,
Hangs from his hip: a false reassurance,
He puts his hand on it; it feels just right,
But it cannot protect him from his fears.

Here is solitude, precious solitude,
A gift and yet a curse,
A pardon and death sentence,
More deadly than a knife,
More nessecary than food,
And it surrounds him, the Gypsy of the glade.

Long he has dwelt in these woods of Meridell,
Silent and shadowed, quiet and sad,
He wishes to hide, he wishes to tell,
So he wanders... ever wanders alone.

His secret is deadly, it kills before it breathes,
So he keeps it within himself,
Slowly dying from his own solitude,
A secret so deadly,
It would bring him to his knees,
But he is the Gypsy; he will never tell.

What is the secret? What is the curse?
I hear you ask these in your heart and mind,
But shall he tell you, reveal the worst?
After all, a secret is a secret...
And he shall never tell.

Nobody Wants Me
By Voldemorts_evil_spy

Here I am upon a cloud,
Sitting on my own.
Not a single person wants me,
And I am all alone.

No one wants to cuddle me,
Or hold me tight at night.
No one wants to take me home,
To make my spirits bright.

Don't pass me like I cannot see,
Like I cannot hear or feel.
I'm all alone in Faerieland,
And the pain I have is real.

Here I am upon a cloud,
I've been here for a while,
I used to have an owner,
I used to make her smile.

Then one day she grew too old
To play with her blue doll.
The plushie that had been her friend,
She didn't want at all.

She dropped me on this little cloud,
And left me here to stay.
I hope that she'll come back to me,
And take me home one day.

No one wants a plushie,
A Grundo toy like me.
I have too long a title,
The Discarded Magical Blue
Grundo Plushie of Prosperity

Here I am upon a cloud,
Sitting on my own,
Not a single person wants me,
And I am all alone.

Arrival of Siyana
By Songful

May the gray clouds of darkness quickly depart
To set free the heavens and lighten my heart;
Sweep back the dim shadows,
Unleash the stark night -
Cast sideways glum curtains
And welcome the light.

May the stars shimmer brightly
Upon the dawn break
To glint in the moonlight and shine in sun's wake;
Release the pale starlight; bask in the new day -
As darkness runs bleakly and falters astray.

May the first chords of birdsong sweetly arise
To glide and to soar where the mellow sky lies;
Look past the dark grasslands,
Where blissful hues teem
Toward the wide oceans and sea-captured gleam.

May dream-raveled meadows elude cloying sleep
To hold the young daybreak
And rise from the deep;
Let go the wild dreamland,
Fall back from night's charms
Find shelter in sunrise and in the dawn's arms.

Isca Wondering
By Gooshy230

Are you listening?
An ageless song of painful wisdom
sighing from ocean in salty waves,
for eternity,
yet none ever hear.

Are you watching?
Stars kiss the water from the horizon,
timeless reunion of the different,
all in truth,
yet none ever see.

Are you feeling?
Sand curls around your paws,
warming crumbles of sun.
they are part of you,
yet none ever know.

Are you wishing?
A sailor's dream rises and falls
on each breath of wind, to be broken,
or to be made,
yet none ever try.

I am listening.
I am watching.
I am feeling.
I am wishing.

I am Isca,
I breathe and live the tale
from the heart of the ocean,
and the secrets in the waves.

A Tear from Thyora
By Anjie

Crystalline her tear doth fall,
And rests on silken cheek.
Weeping for a brother lost,
A memory held so bleak.

Mourning by a cobalt stream,
Thyora sits alone.
Teardrops shimmer in dull light,
Pure grief is all that's shown.

Home now lost to savage beasts,
Her loss doth cause such pain.
Land destroyed and brother lost,
She cries, but all in vain.

Such sorrow reaches faerie's ear,
She seeks the grieving one.
Hearing tale of utmost woe,
That cannot be undone.

Slender fingers reach above,
The Faerie kind did hear.
Sweeping hand in gentle way,
She steals a single tear.

Vivid shines the magic light,
The colors wax and wane.
In its place a solid gem,
That hangs on fragile chain.

Guardian of those in need,
That gem that did appear.
Amulet that doth protect,
So formed from single tear



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