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Silent and swift; fast and free,
She follows the path; so gracefully.
She climbs the mountain. She must not quit!
She's tried so hard, as she's seen fit.
Her limbs get tired; her eyes so weary;
The road before her looks so eerie.
The sun is setting, the evening coming.
Adrenaline rising, she starts running!
Faster and farther, nimble and quick!
The mountain is waiting! But the trees are so thick.
She climbs closer to the top.
She must not give in to the dangerous drop!
Her mind looms far away from there.
Her warrior dream so close, so near!
All her training will pay off,
As soon as she gets to the mountain top!
Leaping and flying! Feeling so free!
As she is sprinting, she forgets all worry.
Though she is a princess, most little girl's dream,
she does not want to sit, and do queenly things!
As a child, she'd always dreamed
Of being a warrior, graceful and free!
Her dreams are halted, to a stop!
Just fifteen feet to the top!
She's going faster than ever before!
Running so swiftly, that she soars!
She got to the top! The people cheered!
It then hit her that her dream was here!
The thing she had always wanted to do!
She was a warrior, bold and true.
Snowbunny Tales From Near and Far
Snowbunny, tell me your intricate tale,
Woven with tales of traveling 'round,
Your small padded feet leave a dirty white trail,
From when you walked all over the distant ground,
Snowbunny, is it true of the time,
That you went to the aide of the King?
That the grumpy old Skeith
Wouldn't move 'til your rhyme,
About the riddle of the Faerie Queen's ring,
Snowbunny, does this map tell the truth,
Of your voyage with Armin and Hannah?
Of the pirate you lured into an ice booth,
And the cookies with Armin's nana?
Snowbunny, are you sure you aren't lying,
About completing all Taelia's quests?
She gave you items you couldn't find just by trying,
And you didn't even get to rest,
Snowbunny, this tale is quite hard to believe,
Like the tale of you helping the bank,
When a cashier took a salary he wouldn't recieve,
And only you did they have to thank.
Snowbunny, keep telling tales of the deep,
Of the Maraquan statue of the first dark fairie,
How she first came to be there,
When turned to stone in her sleep,
And the locket she still must carry,
Snowbunny, your tales are starting to make
Myself think about a life of surprise,
The tale of the time you had to take
A roll of Sophie's, filled with raw eyes.
Snowbunny, lull me into a sleep,
Full of tales of the hero I could be,
I know that these tales are hard to keep
To yourself and you make me look for the lost key,
Snowbunny, I'm still searching my dreams,
For the key to the life that I want,
But with your help it so seems,
That this Puppyblew action I'll flaunt.
A warrior seeks to join the line
of heroes long before.
He leaves his home and family with
a dream and Father's sword.
One trapped across the river yearns
for tales of glory days,
where wizards' spells were strong enough
to set their wands ablaze.
Another casts her arrows far,
and wishes they'd soar true
for if her shafts fell short her goal,
would she misfire too?
He wanders through the desert
with his trusty cloak and staff,
the last of this unlikely group
still searching for his past.
They'd all attained their destinies,
achieved immortal fame,
become the stuff of legends,
'til another legend came.
So where are our adventurers
in years have yet to come?
When Terask fades from memory,
what shall they have become?
We'll wait for fit successors, which
come few and far between.
For none can overshadow they
who'd fought such for their dreams.
The Tooth Faerie
Her wings flutter as she floats by,
Discreetly across the night sky.
She descends to ground, to pay you a visit,
In an orderly fashion which is quite exquisite.
Gently lifting your warm pillow,
In hopes you will not wake.
She takes that tooth you've cleverly hidden,
In exchange for a coin in its place.
In a jar, she holds the tooth,
And closes the lid quite tight.
A little golden hatch is closed,
That is all for tonight.
Ascending back into the sky,
With the help of a little gust,
Just before she leaves your room,
She drops a batch of Faerie Dust.
Another successful tooth gathering,
Into the collection it goes!
Where exactly does she keep these teeth?
Only the tooth faerie knows!
The place I've heard of in my dreams
And stories all aglow,
The place in which a faerie lives,
It's always deep in snow.
Why do they name it after fear?
For it is beautiful.
I could sit here all night long
To let it fill my soul.
The dancing light is glistening,
There's faeries in the sky.
I feel like I am royalty
And all of Neopia's mine.
Terror Mountain's always here,
It never goes away.
And mark my words because I know
I like it more each day.
I don't care if the snow is wet,
Or if it lacks in light.
I'd give a million Neopoints
To come here every night.
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