A/N Assigment for my English class. I'm not a huge fan of it, but my teacher loved it, soo...

Disclaimer~ I do not own the Dragonlance series or Raistlin, which makes me sad.

My brother, my twin, the other half of me.

Always stronger, always bigger, always happier.

Always, always, he is better.

I am frail. I am weak. I am sick.

My twin; always a social star,

and I as forgotten as the Gods.

"In my sight, it is always winter, always night."

But this magic running through my veins,

boiling, boiling in my blood.

Its is my power, my life.

Owned, a slave to this magic.

"In my sight, it is always winter, always night."

These golden, hour glass eyes,

showing life progress to death.

My golden skin, snowy hair.

This bloody cough, forever weak.

Always and forever in pain.

The price for my magic.

The price for my life's reason.

"In my sight, it is always winter, always night."

I yearn to remember being loved,

and the ability to love in return.

This shrivled heart has been caught,

in the Queen of Darkness' dragon claws.

Her heart blacker than her moon,

her eyes crueler than her fire.

"In my sight, it is always winter, always night."

So long since we've had a home.

So long that I've seemed to forgotten.

Forgotten how it felt to be honest,

how it felt to be happy.

I've forgotten the meaning of family.

I've forgotten the importance of friends.

"In my sight, it is always winter, always night."

The shadows seemed to darken,

the stars fell from the sky.

Paladine, God of Light.

Takhisis, Queen of Night.

A war of powers undefined,

catching us in the middle.

My brother, my sister,

our friends and me.

Suddenly bigger than ourselves.

"In my sight, it is always winter, always night."

My robes of blood,

they faded to black.

I saved my allies.

I saved lives.

But, I lost my light.

"In my sight, it is always winter, always night."

I am lost to the world.

I am darkened, soul deep.

I am powerful, thus isolated.

I am Raistlin Majere,

and I am power, personified.

"In my sight, it's always winter, always night."