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    dots Submission Name: Who Will Win?dots

    Author: Skinwalker
    Elite Ratio:    2.62 - 36/57/28
    Words: 157
    Class/Type: Poetry/Dark
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       Good/evil. This is Good.

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    dotsWho Will Win?dots

    An angelic figure appears to fight.
    It wars against the demons' might.
    It seeks to defend you from doom.
    It seeks to save you from your tomb.

    It falls upon the monsters' mass.
    Swinging with a blade, a fiery axe
    it destroys many in one swing.
    It then spots a horrible being.

    The creature is like a wolf but not quite.
    Its fur is red and black, there is no light.
    Its claws are like onyx, it snarls at the sky.
    It kills and devours without asking why.

    The two meet and circle each other.
    They recognize each other as brothers.

    The holy chants and screams a battle cry.
    The fallen creature unleashes a hellish sigh.
    The two seek to destroy the other, to win.
    The angel wars against the being of sin.

    The victor continues switching between them.
    Nameless Angel of Death and Sin Walker of Skin.

    Who will win?

    Submitted on 2005-01-06 23:18:32     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      i don't know, good vs. evil, good traditionally wins, the evil sounded real intimidating though but it should be a good battle. the poem kinda reminded me of the hound of the baskervilles, the way the moon was there, and the evil wolf out on the prowl, i liked this one too

    | Posted on 2005-01-08 00:00:00 | by austin | [ Reply to This ]

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