Tales Not Quite Right
by Sean D Rasmussen
Wednesday, October 09, 2002
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A young knight went his way,
his armor shining bright.
The dragon he went to slay,
later feasted on roast knight.
Two star crossed lovers,
on a ledge, about to take a dive.
Yet she landed in the arms of another,
(after he jumped she changed her mind).
The lady and her charming prince,
in a secret meeting.
Forgot about the watchdog by the fence,
their relationship was fleeting.
A single person was sold,
wishes only three.
He wished to live one hundred years old,
and was turned into a tree.
A lady saw the enchanted frog
and it called to her. She heard!
Before she made it across the bog,
it was eaten by a bird.
Sitting in a cave where the air is rather stagnant
reading tales that aren't quite right.
There lives a fearsome dragon,
waiting for another knight.