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Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

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Adventures Of Two Captains_ In Darkness There Are Hopes. The Last Part Of Season One.


Here comes the Italian old captain and so,
**Un captiano coraggioso de passato**

He was the galaxy protector, supporter of the law,
**Lui era migliore nella sua categoria**

An old friend of captain cur,
A pleasure to meet, a gentle sir

And his big loyal friend was green star,
Perfect in battles, the ship of old wars

They fought with honor, his crew fought for light,
In darkness, there are hopes, yes captain cur was right

Lord's sword was sharp, like his talent,
Really skilful, his crew believed he was saint

And in the blink of an eye,
Thousands of swords finished Ashland's lie,

The queen of Ashland was down,
In a battle that lasts until dawn

Our lovely friend was saved
While the monster laid,

Three captains stare at the star's text,
Wondering wide what will happen next

Submitted: Thursday, March 27, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 27, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

this is the last poem of the first season.

meaning of Italian lines:

1_ a brave captain of past

2_ he was the best in his type

Adventures of two captains, written by Captain Cur and Captain A.
see the other parts in the page of talented Captain Cur. a deft in writing.

wish you all the best
wait for the next episodes.

A&C.

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