It’s wrong to say they’re a force of nature,
For nature is forced to obey.
Their strength rivals that of gods,
But do not let them lead you astray.
We spread hope of their destruction,
But they’ll stop it from spreading anymore.
There is one who hails from another world,
The knight who was destined for war.
He’ll break the claw that grips the world,
And bring about the era of bliss.
For now they live lives of glory and grandeur,
Roosting upon mountains of battle and avarice.
They command us from the tallest towers,
While below we sing of thunder and fire.
We dream only of one goal;
The fall of the dragon empire.
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Imisioluwa Josiah
April 3, 2024 2:57 pm

I like the poem it shows me how you like dragons, and truly incorporates your feelings into it. It shows that you put a lot of work into it, and encapsulates the idea of the power, and might that a dragon holds. The post profile picture was a great photo which caught my eye into checking this out and I was not disappointed.

January 21, 2022 9:14 pm

I really like your poem, it is something I can picture in my head as I read it.

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