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This one is Mine.I see the look in your eye as you follow her around the room,
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I saw the poem you wrote, and told her she'd know whom.
Who it was for is what she asked, and walked off without a clue,
And you stared at her back whispering "I love you.".
Well, I'm going to be nice and give you a warning here,
This one is mine, and only mine, do I make myself clear?
I know she loves me more than words can express,
And I tell you, she is mine, that girl in that dress.
I read that poem, and I must tell you something,
I love her, and she loves me, for me she would do anything.
So, whatever you're waiting for, the right place, the right time?
Stop waiting, because I'm not letting go, I'm telling you. She's mine.
Stay alive when a skryke strikes!Yeah, the war has been over for a couple decades now, man and skryke are no longer devoting their collective efforts to wiping each other off the face of the earth, some signs of cross-species cooperation have even been seen...
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Every so often though, little "incidents" happen between humans and skrykes, and one decides to visit some violence on the other, never officially sanctioned, and in fact openly discouraged by each species' respective authorities in the interest of avoiding another war, these little flare-ups are not exactly a rare occurrence...
First bit of advice, pay attention when traveling in skryke territory. See, the majority of skryke attacks are ambushes and odds are you won't know it was eying you until you feel claws. Vigilance is the best way to avoid an ambush, scan surrounding brush, deadfalls, overhanging trees and rock outcroppings and so forth, if you have domestic animals with you, watch their behavior closely. If you encounter a skryke or group of