Bearers of Wonders

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In a forest
A knight, an elf, a dwarf, a bard, a minstrel, a wizard, and a Father
Sat around
Watching the woods
Burnt at weary nights
And endless comfort
To the wanderers’ souls

*

O’ Knight, wield your sword
Forged from the highest fire mountain
Command armors of thunders
To protect all with the strongest shields
And lead
Secure people’s highest hopes
By then, the elf could assist with his sharp eyes

*

O’ Elf, draw your bow and arrows
Use your eyes of the eagles
Teach the meaning
Of life
Of longevity
Of being immortal
Thus, the dwarf would come from the deepest mines

*

O’ Dwarf, come into the play
Ores chores have been in one
With your beards
And your beer
Use your strong shining axe
Join this war of thoughts
Thus, the bard could compose inspiring lines of faith

*

O’ Bard, fill up your quill
Use your purest thoughts
Write me intriguing lines
Of warm delights
Of misery
Of kindest hearts
And the minstrel shall voice mystical penning

*

O’ Minstrel, sing me the destiny
Of a restless soul
Filled with the elements
Of infinite fires
Ignite the sparks of wonder
Lit dimmed hearts
And there the wizard could put his charms on our chests

*

O’ Wizard, use your lightest wand
Of the young feather of the dragon
From the highest mountain
Where eternal flame lies
Charm your magic spells
Of meaningful senses
Therefore, the Father would always convey his best prayers

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O’ Father, say your prayers of serenity
Of sensible minds and souls
Of strongest mights
Light us the way
Lead us into the exciting four seasons
As you are His bearer of all infinite wonders
Thus, all seven bearers of wonders shall see the lights

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In a forest
A knight, an elf, a dwarf, a bard, a minstrel, a wizard, and a Father
Sat around
Watching the woods
Burnt at weary nights
Giving warmth
To the wanderers’ souls

©mhsantosa (2012)
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