July 2, 2004 - Here's another of Lady Solarflare's offerings, this one
nothing short of brilliant, IMHO. Reviews will be passed on to her. Let
her know what you think!


(Sing to the tune of "American Pie" by Don MacLean)

A long, long time ago,
I can still remember
How these five guys used to make me smile
And I knew if they got the chance
They would make Lord Talpa dance
Believe me, they would win this war with style!

But those four Warlords made me shiver
With every blow that they delivered
Bad news for our Ronin chaps
How to evade all these traps?

I can't remember if I cried
When I saw how White Blaze gave his life
But something touched me deep inside
The day that Warlord...died


Why, why did they kill off that guy?
Ryo finally roasted Talpa
Rowen's arrows flew high
And Kento rocked along his buddy named Cye,
Even Sage would stare them right in the eye,
Sage would stare them right in the eye!

Did you know the Ancient One
Fought against Lord Talpa, and he even won?
At least, that's what he told Ryo
Now this girl named Mia, smart and brave
Helped unite the Ronins and the world to save
And babysat young Yuli all through the show
Well, I knew that somehow they would win
'Cause Anubis felt a change in him
And look at Ryo goIn that Armor of Inferno!
He was a ragin' teenage black-haired hunk,
Turned a lot of demons into molten junk
But he knew the Dynasty was sunk
The day that Warlord died
I started singing...


They met a girl who spelled bad news
They and Lady Kayura had opposing views
Plus, she fought better anyway
Anubis knew she was the last
Of the Ancient's Clan, gone ages past
But to free her, Anubis knew he would pay
And in that scene, how Yuli cried
The Ronins won, though Evil tried
And what about the Warlords?
They turned against their dark lord
Now the five guys I admire most
Turned the Evil Dynasty into toast
And so the final chapter closed
The day that Warlord died
And I was singing...



Lady Solarflare
It is better to die on your feet, than to live a lifetime on your knees.
Emiliano Zapata, Hero of the Mexican Revolution

Everything is always okay in the end, if it's not, then it's not the end.