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"Poem: Mysticee" by Jenny (Jeni) Watson

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I poem i thought up while driving to and from church. It describes the haunted woods, and tribe of Mysticee. The main focus of my book.
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Mysticee

The trees all move in unison,
the mountains rearrange.

You make a turn to find your way,
and than you lost again.


You hear a rustling bush,

Yet silence all around.
Fear creeps up inside of you,

Your heart begins to pound.


The rumors of the haunted place,

now fresh on your mind.

Of elves, and dwarves, and dragons,

and others of that kind.


The place for all the exiles,

and murderers and thieves.

The place for all the unwanted,

And those who cannot leave.

They all were joined together,
by some force that most call fate.
They learned to trust each other,
though all others they still hate.

They know the rules of battle,
and whom they shouldn't trust.
They know how to spot a weakness,
and that victory is a must.

They fight without regret,

and battle 'til their end.

They let nothing in their way,

and kill all that ain't a friend.


The rumor of this powerful place,

stays implanted in your heart.

And though you entered as a hero,

now your bravery rips apart.

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16 Oct 200345 Kathryn C. Parker
Hmmm Mysticee....why does that sound familur? *grins*

:-) Jenny (Jeni) Watson replies: "hmm i dunno... maybe its a cereal.. *grin*"
12 Apr 2004:-) Karin Schadinger
2 I love that poem! It's great. Your rhyming is fantastic!!

13 Jenny (Jeni) Watson replies: "Thank you! I am glad you enjoy my rhyming style and the overall theme of the poem. 2"
18 Sep 2004:-) E Purington
Ooooh, very nice. Your poems are so fun to read! This is the second one I have read, but it was very good!
//than you lost again// than you're?
//aint// is a very modern slang, so it was a bit off with the rest of the poem.
Other then those two minor things, I really liked it. I see that your library is mostly composed of poems; very neat. Poems are so insightful and unique, I love seeing poets on Elfwood.
Cheers

:-) Jenny (Jeni) Watson replies: "hurray, another person fond of poets. Lol, yeah and thanks for bringing up the ain't.. i suppose that is very bad colloquial-ness. lol. I have to change that right away. And shame on everyone else who didnt catch my typo!!"
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'Poem: Mysticee':
 • Created by: :-) Jenny (Jeni) Watson
 • Copyright: ©Jenny (Jeni) Watson. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Ajel, Dark, Dreary, Eery, Fear, Goth, Gothic, Haunted, Jeni, Mysticee, Poem, Poetry, Rhyme, Rhyming, Scared, Watson
 • Categories: Demons, Imps, Devils, Beholders..., Lycanthrope, Were-folk, etc, Magic and Sorcery, Spells, etc., Romance, Emotion, Love, Urban Fantasy and/or Cyberpunk, Vampires, Zombies, Undeads, Dark, Gothic
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