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The Last Ravan (Chapter 1)

Blood spilt on my blade, my armour is wrecked,
a darkened spirit comes forth, of an unknown sect

Last of my kind, the rest lay slain,
I must survive, and not die in vain

I sheathe my sword, as I crawl away,
to continue the fight, I must live this day

A black dragon symbol, pierced by a blazing red sword,
marks their armour, as they come toward

A shallowed out hole, within a molten lair,
I crawl within, more pain than I can bear

A stone made of blue, a sparkling inside,
I speak its true name, I am no longer fried

A dark figure I see, from a slight in a wall,
a conjuring of evil, a blackness it does call

Those that lay slain, become slave to this power,
their souls scream out, each on every hour

The voices I hear, tear out my heart,
the agony I feel, tears me apart

The black dragon symbol, breathes into life,
a conquest of goodness, to give only strife

A stone made of yellow, I pull from my pack,
I speak its full name, it disperses the black

An explosion of light, a golden aura comes true,
I am healed at last, by a dimensional hue

My sword glows so bright, that it lights up the sky,
in an instant all the darkness, says its last goodbye

An unknown medallion, falls to the ground,
my mission incomplete, my intentions are sound

A continued journey, this I must take,
no choice do I have, the universe is at stake
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Submitted by RossStephen1967 on May 27, 2021

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Sir Evergrace Longsword

Lost his only living sibling,(brother 16yrs) at the age of 15, has been alone ever since. Has lived with depression his whole adult life (39 yrs). Has several severe (food related) health issues. Believes in Jesus Christ as personal Savior. Believes in kindness & compassion, Honor & Courage above all else. more…

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