The Boy,The Dragon,And The Thunderous MountainA Chapter by Revolutionary
For childrens book of poems
I saw a mountain sleep.
I even heard it snore.
I tried to creep upto his peak.
He woke up with a roar.
Who dares to climb my rocky cliffs?
Balanced on my ledges.
Don't you know I'm dangerous?
You could fall between my crevice.
The crevices decend to caves.
A dragon lives down there.
A boy your age must be quite brave
to enter the dragon's lair.
If your thoughts shall be of looting
the dragon's bounty of gold.
Dragon's breath hath sealed the death
of many men so bold.
I feel it right to warn you boy.
These riches you desire,
will lead you to a limestone tomb
where you'll be washed in dragon's fire.
I did not scale your treacherous face
in search of material treasure.
It's the beauty of this remarkable place
which fills me with such pleasure.
You may not know in this mountain range
you are practically a star.
A natural wonder,you never change.
You are a landmark seen near and far.
As for your magnificent pet
Kept in a cave engraved with jewels.
He need not fear me.
I am no thief,
like those other greedy fools.
You are safe my mountainous friend
to return to your peaceful slumber.
Where your dreams are as wild as the dragon within,
and your snores are as loud as thunder.
So the boy, the dragon,
and the thunderous mountain
all dreamt of life together.
One guarding treasure,
one seeking pleasure,
and one standing strong forever.
© 2012 Revolutionary
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