a name by the name


chronos


There is this story
about the almighty
a hero? u may guess
and no i wouldnt say
cause he is the hero
that is awaited in anxious
n beware of those who are not aware of him
their ending can be a despair
a warrior? u may guess
and no i wouldnt say
cause he is the warrior that saves when it matters
that protects when its right
if hero also a warrior
is this some sort of magic you may laugh
and still no i wouldnt say
cause by his magic
the purest of pain heals
but never without its downfall
for those who who taken the path of ignorance
then his magic switches to a curse that would hunt u
for the rest of your living days
So there u have it a magician a hero a warrior
yes they are here
but only those with Eyes can see them three

Submitted: Monday, July 09, 2012
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