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The Dragon and I

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Published on Oct 30, 2011

Music: Mumsbassment
http://ccmixter.org/files/mumsbassmen...

Slowly starving
Suffocated
Lost and half
enebriated
Just him and me
The dragon and I
lost in this cave
destined to die
At the start
there was only life
James and I
stood side by side
A good companion
a hunter, too
and with my brain
we were one, not two
With my map
I led the way
Everyday
a sunny day
With James and me
we sung and danced
we got drunk
in this fair, green land
Off to the mountain
we set off
but as we neared
the tensions brought
He insisted on winding roads
on shorter days
on lighter loads
And soon James
became ugly to me
All I could see
his stupidity
And as our
vile vitriol grew
him and me
were once more two
And as we went our separate ways
we became lost day after day
The green fields turned
to orange, red
The sky to grey
the fields they bled
And as the cold
froze our bones
We made a cave
our home, sweet home
Begrudgingly we did
the bidding
of eachothers
needs for living
and i
could no longer see
into the eye
of my now enemy
in the cave
we suffocated
the smoky fire
we needed to abate
our frozen bones
our stiffened joints
i began to think
what is the point
as nightmares in my head
compounded
in the depths a sword
i founded
for HE now spoke with fiery breath
james was just no longer left
i took my sword and plunged it deep
into the heart- while he did sleep
and i rejoiced
but then looked down
to find the blood
upon MY gown
and smoke and fire
from my nose
i had just
killed my ...no..
This was odd,
this could not be
how could this monster
also be me
I writhed in pain
but then I sought
a drink of that
pure holy draught
But something
in me was afraid
would this water
change my ways
I looked into
the pool and saw
James face
in pain, distraught
And I prayed for
strength and hope
then plunged my head
far, down below
And when I lifted out
my head
I saw the entrance
up ahead
and as i walked
myself outside
thankful that
i had not died
i thanked james
and he thanked me
we walked along
quite happily
and when i looked
i did not despair
but noted
the mountain
was no longer there

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