|A Death In Honor
Author: XxSilverliningxX PM
A short poem about a human controller living the last of his life with the girl he loves in a war against the 'Andilite Bandits'Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Poetry - Words: 171 - Reviews: 2 - Published: 12-03-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8763510
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Tick tock on the clock,
One minute before life is on lock
The screams of battle fade,
Visible is the girl with the eyes of jade.
I can't breath, can't see.
Instead of a slave, I died free.
She holds my hand, her touch warm,
Ignoring the army in a swarm.
A death in honor, she whispers.
A death unlike any other.
Hold tight, my sweet dear.
I'm right here, no need to fear.
I suck in a breath, desperate now.
You reap what you sow.
After I said this, I jerk, rigid.
The temperature turning frigid.
The girl let out a cry, her eyes soaked.
I give her a smile, and then I choke.
I let my hand fall from her embrace,
Praying the end of the battle of our race.
Well the rhyme was a bit off so...I don't think it's that good but I think it's decent enough to be published. ^_^ thank you for reading and please feel free to review!