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QUIGGLE DAY SPECIAL
A Quiggle Prince
Jaunty feather held in place,
A dashing grin on handsome face.
The regent of a world beyond,
Something much larger than mere pond.
A hero armed with fencing sword,
His subjects' love, his one reward.
There's none like he, and been none since,
Original, this Quiggle Prince.
A swagger as he hops on by,
That wicked glint gleams in each eye.
The talk of ladies near and far,
Within his realm, he seems a star.
The whisper on the streets you see
Is none catch flies as fast as he.
Like lightning quick, the trap is sprung,
One flicker of that rapid tongue.
A common story some do tell,
A Prince so hit by wicked spell,
Would transform in a magic fog,
And reappear as lowly frog.
But now we see the bonus here,
It's not a spell our Prince should fear.
You see he'll never just transform,
When Quiggle is his one true form.
A Cute Quiggle
A city slicker he was called,
In forest made of buildings tall.
Surrounded by a steely wall,
The city, in its borders, sprawled.
But in the center of it all,
Protected by a wooden wall,
Grew a green garden winding tall
With which the Quiggle was enthralled.
His heart, as he passed by, swelled light
Whether by day or dark of night;
Though gleamed metal and lights bright,
City beauty, next to it, was slight.
Its presence did his soul excite
Amid the crowded city site.
He wished, fists clenched with all his might,
His home could be of such delight.
And then, one day, the Quiggle fled
Out of the city, steely dead,
Over the walls, and lived instead,
Beneath the forest's leafy spread.
A Wild Cutie he became,
Losing money and life so tame,
The forest that he did then claim
Became his garden, heart and name
Splish, Splash, Swim -- A Tale of Two Quiggles
Neopian contests are not that rare,
Strange ones scattered here and there:
Counting food and racing pets,
Displays of poems deemed the best.
Twin Quiggles came and saw the fun,
Entering contests one by one,
Now stories, now pictures, now racing away,
They piled up trophies -- one every day.
A flyer nearby proclaimed bright and bold,
A race between pets, swimming for gold --
Who was the fastest, the strongest of all?
Two Quiggles signed up for the race in the fall.
The day of the swim, September the third,
Contestants so nervous, they'd say not a word,
A long line of swimmers, lined up by the stream,
Noise in the crowd as fans let out screams.
The next two to race: a pair of green Quiggles,
Watching eyes watched, wiggling pets wiggled --
The whistle blew, two green pets jumped in,
Watchers, they wondered, which one would win?
A flurry of droplets went up in the air,
The audience started; they'd had quite a scare!
Something had happened, only one Quiggle twin --
The other one had remembered: he didn't know how to swim!
There were no rescue boats, no lifeguard around,
Just a small rotting plank somebody had found,
The Quiggle a-float had to do something fast,
He dove down and retreived his brother at last.
Dry land was near, but not near enough,
One of the twins knew getting there would be tough,
So he shook the limp one awake, the other twin,
Saying, "Come on, you can do it! Just splish, splash, and swim!"
Gasping for breath, soaked wetter than wet,
The twins were pulled up with the help of a pet,
They had won: each recieved a bright golden win,
And on each trophy was engraved, "Splish, splash, swim."
Quinton the Quiggle
Quinton, the humble health-food shopkeep,
Sometimes will daydream in the sun
As he cultivates those scrumptious vegetables
And toils in his trusty garden.
Though the red of shiny apples is pleasing
And the leafy green of plants is true
Quinton dreams of cool clear rivers,
Meridell skies and endless blue.
Behind his humble health-food till,
He endorses pears and broccoli.
To ensure every Neopian eats their carrot
Is this Quiggle's responsibility.
So great is Quinton's sense of duty,
From his shop he'll rarely budge
Just in case some willful Neopet
Should revert to chocolate fudge.
Neopia Central is, regretfully,
Nowhere near sea or vale or mountain.
The most exciting event this month?
The Neolodge's shiny new fountain!
But Quinton the runner and Quinton the scout
Will have to wait another day.
Quinton the shopkeep beams at asparagus
And decides he's here to stay.
The Legend of Quigara
In years gone by there was a trick,
One dastardly and coy,
When TNT tried to trick us,
With their so sneaky ploy.
A land of Quiggles they gave news,
Excitement spread the land,
And TNT laughed their sly laughs,
It had gone as they planned.
Quigara was the land they spun,
A tale of swords and power,
And yet they told us the tale was false,
With a few many hours.
Some say that it is still too true,
That TNT do lie,
That Quigara is somewhere hidden,
In sea or in the sky.
The Quigukis close to our hearts,
Have lost their wonderland,
The blacksmith, princess, warrior too,
Retreat all hand in hand.
The day that day was one for fools,
And yet we did enjoy,
For on that day the Neopians fell
At TNT's wildest joy!
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