A is for Amphisbane, the two-headed snake
B is for Basilisk, the lizard with stone eyes
C is for Centaur, the man-horse that never takes
D is for Dragon, the great wyrm who never lies
E is for Echidne, the mother of all beasts
F is for Faun, the man-goat with blunted horns
G is for Gryphon, the bird-cat whose vigliance won't cease
H is for Hydra, the many-headed serpent of scorn
I is for Ichthyocentaur, man-horse of the sea
J is for Jabberwock, made famous by a writer
K is for Kelpie, the wave-sprite full of glee
L is for Lycaon, king of werewolves, fierce fighter
M is for Medusa, she of the beautiful snaky hair
N/b is for Naga, guardians of great treasures
O is for Orc, foul brutes who kill with a glare
P is for Pegasus, winged horse unheld by common tether
Q is for Quaggoth, white bear-men of the north
R is for Roc, great bird whose scream steals all breath
S is for Siren, silver voice drawing men forth
T is for Triton, sea-men of the depths
U is for Unicorn, proud horse with spiraled horn
V is for Vampire, blood-drinkers of the dark
W is for Wemic, man-cats with eyes of the sun-morn
X is for Xorn, rock eaters from home never depart
Y is for Yeti, white apes who live in snow
Z is for Zombie, and that is all we know
|9 Apr 2000|| Me again|
On second thought, 'Nucklelavee, foul sprite of the nether' would probably sound better.
|9 Apr 2000|| Dragoness|
Heh... my own creature is sort of obscure. I just found it in a little encyclopedia of creatures I have. N is for Nucklelavees, hostile sprites of the nether.
|11 Nov 2001|| Goblin.|
I like Amphisbanes... did you know that they give prophecies? "N" should be for N/A. Haha... That would be funny... teeheehee. Or none, cause no one love "N". I need a life. Hmmm... Do you know what a good book is? The painter knight... that book talks about Amphisbanes. PS: GO ROSARION!! and read the painter knight.
|14 Nov 2001|| Fatma S. Alici|
This is a very cool poem. I love the idea. And no, I have no ideas what N could be.
|30 Jan 2002|| New Raw Dende <shindende@hot...com<|
How about Newrawdende who kills when it fits the weather.
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|20 Jun 2003|| Akima|
I think instead of
"N is for Naga, guardians of great treasures."
which it treasure doesn't rhyme with tether you should put...
"N is for Nerthus, a goddess of heather"
Other than that small detail its really good and keep up the good work.
|29 Jun 2004|| Nick|
How about, "N is for Nick, king of all! Bow down to me and worship!" I think that has a nice ring...
|19 Sep 2004|| Yea|
|20 Nov 2004|| Clay. J .W|
I injoyed that very much. but what about N
|24 Jun 2006|| Ram|
N for NYMPH!!!! come on people, dont tell me u missed that
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