Shyanna

Shyanna

A Poem by Deidara

Arise oh warrior of deep blue cold
with frozen smile and deathly hold
for now your story shall be told
the warrior princess ever bold
As belfry bells do they ring
Oh Canada! her voice does sing
her icy stare doth have a sting
death and destruction does she bring
Mighty hunter is she not?
oh beaver, bison hath she caught
artic hare and artic fox
silently now does she stalk
Deer and elk and even Moose
and don't forget the Canada goose
all fall victim to the noose
tie them up! don't let them loose
At the tugging of her bow
fall down all the furry foe
There's but one she cannot best
For it shall put her to the test
She journey far to end this quest
Oh grizzly bear her crown he wrest
It twas a long and noble fight
but alas it was her deathly plight
And in the snowy world of white
twas her fall into the night

© 2013 Deidara


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Added on March 30, 2013
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