Pythian Games

put on your track shoes and write the miles

The Red, The White and The Black

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Two dragons set out fighting

And it is not what you’d expect

It is not the Red and the White

White has flown

Barrelling out of sight

Cast out

Set forth

And rendered

Gone

Here sits the little Red

Chest heaving with effort now

Tears in his eyes

Pride and Flames in his Heart

The Red is small, deft, apt, compact

The one who plays fair

The one who fights fair

With honour

For home and hearth and glory

The Red

He’s the One

Meant to Win

Meant to Conquer

Meant to Defeat all foes

Yet

There

At the short distance

Bellows

The Black

Raring and snarling

Clawing the air

The Black

He is Huge

Blotting out

Sun and Moon and Sky

Towering hulking

Seething wings and lashing tail

Several heads roaring

Each on its own

Armoured steely throat

Drooling pools of acids and poisons

Tongues curling and whipping

Frantic

Mad

Glittering sheathed claws

Tipped in poisoned charms

The Black is not Fair

The Black is not Just

The Black chokes of smoke and bile

Sulphur and brimstone

Dead noir eyes glittering

Devouring his opponent’s soul

With its bitter grip

The Red stands Tall

Right is Might

He bursts into the Air

With a Silent Shriek of Fury

The Black seems to never move

Already Dominating the Sky

The Red dives in

Swarming

Storming

Calling out

Calling Forth

Invoking and Casting Out

Pulling In

The Red seems to hold His Own

When it comes to this Battle

The Red is set to win the War

But

It does

It tires him so

based upon a dream by Raven TK

http://breakonthroughtotheotherside.wordpress.com/

Written by Tabitha Low

July 30, 2008 at 4:34 pm

Posted in RavenTK, Uncategorized

4 Responses

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  1. Doing right is often exhausting but it is worth the effort.

    Lori

    July 30, 2008 at 7:21 pm

  2. it proves that life isn’t fair, the battle really can wear a dragon/person out, but please don’t give up, little red! We need you to fight the blackness and fill the void left by the vanishing white…

    kvwordsmith

    July 31, 2008 at 6:16 pm

  3. Loved the imagery in this. The dragons are beautiful!

    Chefleur

    August 14, 2008 at 12:37 pm

  4. thank you 🙂

    themoonandstars

    September 11, 2008 at 6:32 pm


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