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Flight of Dragons (song link below)
NOTE: These are lyrics to a song I made sampling "Flight of Dragons" by Don McLean, the main theme of the movie from 1983 of the same name.
Links to listen to it:
PeerTube (a decentralized YouTube alternative, because YouTube is more and more unreliable)
Flight of dragons
Soar in the purple light
In the sky
Or in my mind
Flight of dragons
Sail past reality
Leave illusion behind
Dragons flying inside the whole of my head
telling me stories when at work and when in bed
getting me to look over the normal human eyes
letting me soar with my mind on fantasy skies
words and pics flow freely from my hands
all the dragons leave me to explore new lands
reaching fellow mad l
Curse of The Shadow Pearl(Chapter 3)Chapter 3: Into darkness
Vethernoth skirted just above the tree tops around the base of the Kalisk mountain. Thorn and Verita were searching other areas of the mountain in hopes of finding the entrance to the Shadow pearls chamber. He hadn't seen much so far, a few old human camps and what looked to be old remains of structures(none of which were what he was looking for). It was slow work searching for the entrance, but Vethernoth couldn't afford to give up with the fate of the world in the balance. He wished that the rest of the inscription had been intact, they could've found the object by now. Again he had to remind himself to be patient and keep searching. He suspected that destroying that last section of the mural containing(potentially) the exact location of the Shadow Pearl had been deliberate.
So far this quest had been far from what he had expected, infiltrating a human city and fighting a three headed undead dragon. The dragon especially had caught him by surprise, he had hea
Shattered Stars: Chapter 9Restored
“Wakie wakie, big guy.”
I stirred, wanting to return to my slumber.
I mustered the strength to lift an eyelid. As my white muzzle came into focus, an eerily familiar brown-furred face beamed back at me. Her head rested on her hands on the floor, and a fluffy tail swayed lazily behind her head. Her lightning-blue eyes flicked back and forth between my open eye and closed eye.
“Does the other one work too?” she quipped.
I opened the other eye. What is going on?
“I did it!” she cheered, looking off to her left.
“Hardly. The other three are still in critical condition, contrary to what you promised,” Kyrom grunted.
Suddenly, memories flashed before my eyes. Kyrom yelled at Nylis beside a hologram of the sun. A fighter jet with one wing slammed into the ground and exploded. Someone dragged an unconscious body away from a roaring fire. Kyrom roared in frustration as he
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