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The Song of the Sword

The Sword's song is a sad song,
He pipes it soft and low,

"I would ply a gentler trade,
But War is all i know,
And though my blade be cold and jagged,
And unloved by many,
I would ply this trade of mine,
'Till doom or death take me".

And so the Sword would sing his song,
The song thats soft and low,

"I would ply a gentler trade,
But War i all i know..."

7 mad rant(s):

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  1. thwen said...

    Add in some notes and more words, and you have a score to a musical. Your poem sounds like a theatre script, no kidding.  

  2. johnleemk said...

    Ooh, write a musical about me. ^_^  

  3. Arbitary Juggernaut said...

    [thwen] thanks. maybe someday i just might do that... ;)

    WAAA???!! About you? what about this...? =P

    *there once was a tank with a very long gun,
    a very long gun had he,
    he shot many blanks,
    but always said thanks,
    to the lass who dared bed thee....

  4. Comrade Cripple said...

    (arbitrary juggernaut): Too much, too much!
    What are you thinking? XD
    Song of the sword.. I heard about that before  

  5. Arbitary Juggernaut said...


    Too much is never enough... >;P

    Of course you have bert' this was one of my first works as a wannabe poet... ;P  

  6. joe said...

    i agree with huiwen.. it does sound lyk a rip-off from a play. perhaps given some time. u could come up with a whole act on dis 1 =)  

  7. Arbitary Juggernaut said...

    Rip-off eh?

    . . .

    Yea im kinda workin on it... ;)  


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