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Author Name: FreePhoenixEclipse17 4 Comments
Date Added: April 05, 2005 23:04:04 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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A Call to Unite

A simple phoenix I may be, to this great land that's named C-P.
A beautiful land without a thorn, where imagination's truly born.
But as I simply look around, the peasants are torn over a crown.

A war has raged over a queen, a war like no one has ever seen.
For many people now want the crown, and want to wear the wedding gown.
For a great king must now choose, which queen to keep and which to loose.

I may not truly understand it all, but this war's become a free for all.
With people killed and others saved, an application process has been made.
With a foreseen decision to choose the one, a new era will have soon begun.

The war has caused everyone great strife, to what once was a simple peasant life.
How a simple question started the whole scene, "Hey DKO can I be ur queen?"
How soon the "queens" response did come, allied with few and down  put some.

But now I ask please hear my call, the peasant will is soon to fall.
For the cabinet's already begun to kill, but respect a great queen the peasants will.
For unite the land, it must be done, and the other queens will be on the run.

Quote the phoenix, the crown is war, and of brownies, of that I'm sure.

Author's Notes:
Well, has the key to winning a major war ever not been untie the people?  Oh yeah, and sorry if it is a little late...You see I rented Tekken 5 this week and I just can't put it down...
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeCynthia Jones on January 2, 2006 07:03:50 AM Report
LOL Awesome write Michael. ;o) *S* Wind Whisperer
Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on April 6, 2005 02:17:30 PM Report
Truly, thee be a wise man...welcome to the royal battle, the end is neigh says I...I feel it in my bones.

Great write, great advice...I loved it! =))

~Queen B~ *holding her own*
Comment By: FreeSamantha Firefly on April 6, 2005 04:32:51 AM Report
Welcome to the Royal battle, lol! Good write.
Samantha.
Comment By: PremiumLindaM on April 6, 2005 12:11:01 AM Report
Yes it's true a line was drawn in the sand.
Many maidens fight over just one man.
If he is worth it, well I know not.
But I'll fight for Queen B with all I've got.
Linda (lol, the fight rages on)




 


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