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Rangers

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Published: September 13, 2016
A group of heroes
Chosen by the God
The fate of this life
Lies in their hands

The first hero
A hot-headed boy
Arrogant and cocky
Thinks he's pulling the strings

However he soon finds
The troubles he faces
Are far beyond what
He could control

This group of heroes
Chosen by the God
The fate of this battle
Lies in their hands

The second recruit
A feisty athlete
Quick-witted and fierce
She isn't one to be crossed

However when she
Is sent to confront her demons
Her hard exterior
Comes crumbling down

This group of heroes
Chosen by the God
The fate of this city
Lies in their hands

The third soldier
A clown of a boy
Always making jokes
Always gliding by

However he realizes
When faced with reality
Can't make himself
Able to laugh

This group of heroes
Chosen by the God
The fate of this country
Lies in their hands

The fourth employee
A perfectly gorgeous lady
High above everyone
Sits atop her throne

However she discovers
That beauty doesn't matter
When being threatened at
Point blank

This group of heroes
Chosen by the God
The fate of this world
Lies in their hands

The fifth volunteer
A shy introvert
Thinks that only books
Could possibly guide him

However when he
Is faced with the enemy
Soon finds that
They don't follow the rules

This group of heroes
Chosen by the God
The fate of this universe
Lies in their hands

The final helper
The one who hates them all
Sees no reason to assist
These ones who ostracized her

However she realizes
On the brink of despair
They deserve to live
Just as much as she

This group of heroes
Chosen by the God
The fate of the multiverse
Lies in their hands

The half-dozen children
Staring Death down
They've changed so much
Each of them ready to fight

Ready to give it all
To lay their life on the line
I smirk and prepare to wrestle
Truly, She did a good job
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