Images and Attribution/Creative Commons
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(Image provided by Night-fury-fire on DeviantArt)
The sun has set
The night has rose
So here I lie
In blood and gold
My tears of pain
My final breath
Here shall be
My regretful death
In the comments, write your own poems about this picture!
(Sunset by Kutty-Sark)
As we flew off into the sunset, we knew not of the dangers that lied ahead. My brother and I were the only Dragon's left, and humans would've done anything to get their hands on one of us. My name is Sunset, and my brother's name is Draco. The silence was occasionally broken by the sound of our wing-beats, or the birds chirping in the trees below. Once we were over the mountains covered in shiny white snow, a sound cracked across the sky, and my brother disappeared from my side.
Where did he go? Decide in the comments!
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