Song of the Dragon-Sword: A Poem from DragonSword

The Dragon-sword is arisen at lastRe-forged in the flame and light of old.Winged in the hand of its bearer it rises;Through death and life and death again he lives. The stars in the earth are freed at lastAnd their Guardian arisen in light.The war is begun; the war shall now be won!Through death and life and …

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Hope: A Poem for DragonWing

Down the dark'ning halls Of frozen night and colder lightFlies an angel wingedOf tidings true the messenger. Cracks impris'ning ice;A burning day and warmer darkDawns in shadow brightThat brings a death of fairer life. A once-frozen lifeGives way to death as cold as ice –Death can break life's deathTurn living death to dying life. To die, to rise high …

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Dragonrider’s Nuisance: An Excerpt

Noren saddled Evena, and mounted her. It was a couple hours since sunrise and the realization that the partner of his heart was a member of the persecuted race of dragons, whose existence he had still then doubted. He now understood the source of the change in how Silmavalien had regarded the 'gods,' which he …

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The Legacy of Queen Valiena and Dragon’s Mystery: An Excerpt

Silmavalien was the name of a girl of about thirteen. She lived in the small village of Treas in the rich land north of the proud city-citadel of Kranah in the kingdom of Silrah. One late summer afternoon she sat in the village square with the rest of her family, tired, hot, and exhausted after …

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Awakened: An Excerpt

Cassian Shearin Muireal was a slender girl of nine years old. She had soft, thin, blond hair and hazel eyes. She was generally energetic and aware of her surroundings, but there was nothing particularly unusual or spectacular about her or her three-years-older sister, Amrath Shearin Muireal. Amrath was built about average. She had dark brown …

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