Treasure Island

The Immortal Resilience

(12-19 / ME MOMMA'S BELLY)

Hero


Hero, thou noblest of nobles
Sought out redemption have we
Returning thy favors,
As King's shelter their graves

Thou art our Robin Hood
Seeking greatness in the destitute
Saving thine promises to keep
For coming fathers eternalized in history

Hero, forgive taunting memories
Release thy daunting Foe
Drive thy spirit into the sky
And retrieve what belongs to Earth

O Robin Hood of ours
Kiss the sky with golden lips
Spread thy grandfather's wealth
And flourish the world with your grace

Firstly, show yourself great hero!
Thine people awaits your appearance
Come true, and save we the meak
Thou arrival is welcomed and cherished

Come our Robin Hood, our Hero
Save us from eternal dismality
Keep thine sword out of its sheath
And defend the world that belongs to you!

Submitted: Monday, November 10, 2008
Edited: Monday, November 10, 2008

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  • Fiona Davidson (11/10/2008 12:43:00 PM)

    Beautifully well written piece....thank you for sharing it with us...a really good read... (Report) Reply

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