AusterlitzThree armies gathered on the field,Austerlitz3 weeks ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Three emperors and none would yield.
A soldier from the civil war,
Against the Kaiser and the Tzar.
In 1805 they met
In Austerlitz, the road was set
For the rising of a nation
And it's total domination.
Napoleon, a self made man,
With a cunning battle plan,
Marched for days through snowy rain,
So that his foes would fight in vain.
Against him stood a coalition,
United on a mighty mission,
To destroy what he had built,
To have this self-crowned tyrant killed.
But the alliance was divided
And their errors soon provided
Napoleon a matchless chance
To extend the reign of France.
He lured his foes to this small town,
To secure his hard-earned crown;
And while they followed him like cattle,
He rallied for the final battle.
In the foggy mid-day mist,
While the winds of winter hissed,
Began the fray in all it's might;
The heavens soon as dark as night.
The Tzar was hit, he left position,
Surrendering to french ambition,
And his men would follow soon;
FOG 4: OUAD, Chapter VIIICHAPTER EIGHTFOG 4: OUAD, Chapter VIII3 days ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Summer, 936 TA
"So it is true."
The horse snorted underneath her, and Anárië gently rubbed its neck while keeping her eyes ahead.
Below them, as far as the eye could see down into the valley and towards the beach line, there extended a massive harbour. Its sheer size was intimidating, let alone the number of ships that were docked, as well as those that were not there – the emptiness proved that the King of Gondor was afield.
Or, in this case, at sea.
Ravon, who was sitting as still as a statue on his own horse beside her, stirred: "I would never lie: we have been monitoring the progress here at Pelargir for centuries now. It is finally complete. Eärnil launched his fleet not too long ago."
"Where did he go?" she asked, her eyes scanning the horizon to see whether she could spy any vessel coming back to its home port.
"As far as rumours go, he is to wage war against the Corsairs of Umbar," the scout replied, "and I am inclined
Napoleon writes a poemdenux67u zolj hyfvyNapoleon writes a poem1 month ago in Free Verse More Like This
RD: Psych Arms - Ch. 1It was Ladies’ Night outside the Canelli House, although it was still sunset. Only Veruka chose to rather use her time productively, and Elizabeth would likely blow cigarette smoke straight in their faces if she ever joined them. Their number was four, being Saria, Edna, Cotton, and her daughter, Morrigan, as Cotton felt she was finally old enough for this social gathering, despite being a child. Saria, however, was very relieved to hang out with just the girls, therefore taking a break from parenting since her son, Benjamin, was joining his father, Ross, for Guys’ Night, which was taking place inside the house. The guys’ number was greater, but they were still one guy short to fill out the new 8 player Roster for the Wii U they all finally got to try out, much to the generosity of their Trainer’s spending. Although Matthew could’ve filled the roster, he did not care for such activities, not since the last time Scratch and Sibelius tried to teach him. BesiRD: Psych Arms - Ch. 11 week ago in Romance More Like This
Sugary HauntI have always loved you ever since you a child of fiveSugary Haunt3 weeks ago in Free Verse More Like This
I was seven but everything you do made me feel alive
You were the most beautiful creature I have ever seen
I knew from there that you were destined to be my queen
I was your childhood stalker ever though I was were brother’s friend
But I wanted you to be with me until the end
You made me your enemy but is it wrong of me to be enamored with you
I gave you something so you would never forget me but knew that it would become a taboo
Every time I look at her I always thought I saw me and her father in her
She was full of happiness and life but it was nothing but a blur
I knew she wasn’t my husband’s child when she grew into her thirteen year
She was yours and everything became crystal clear
She was the spitting image of you for she had your spirit and will
She had also inherited your fighting skills
Blood and iron ran through her veins and it was like you’ve come back to haunt me
I will now try to love her and n