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 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: August 11, 2017      Views: 203

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I am a retired RN / ND (Naturopathic Doctor-natural medicine). I am Native American Indian 70%. I enjoy reading as well as attempts at writing. I am Wiccan (ask questions if you wish). I enjoy meeting or chatting with people of all walks of life . I - more...

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A contest entry of poetry about dragons.
"Dragon Fire!" by aryr
Fire from within
Scales replace skin.

Wings spread wide to fly against the sky of blue.
Scales glisten with brilliance of a multi hue,
Glitters of gold, red, green, lavender and dew.
Creates many creatures not common to you.

Hot fire within,
Flash on a whim.

Dragons contest entry

Author Notes
Thank you to helvi2 for the art work 'Scorching the Sky'. And a special thanks to both BeasPeas and Jannypan for the style used-Bookend Monorhyme -- A form created in 2016 accidentally by Fanstorian, Beas Peas who wrote two poems on the same topic, and liked them both so she combined them into one. It consists of a 4-syllable line monorhyme and an 11-syllable line monorhyme. The two poems should be able to stand alone, but relate to each other in some way. Jannypan (Jan) named this form.

Pays one point and 2 member cents. Artwork by helvi2 at FanArtReview.com

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