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  • Writer's pictureA.F. McAllister

The Book

An old, tattered, and timeworn cover,

That cradle pages wrinkled and yellowed.

What stories inside will I discover?

A tale of woes or dragons mellowed?


Do I dare waltz into the unknown?

To follow unfamiliar cobbled roads,

And stumble upon a lone bloodstone throne.

To wake the wise, napping Paralithode.


Or to tumble into the rabbit hole,

Twisting upon itself; hiding the way.

When taking a stroll through lack of control,

In meandering pages to be swept away.


Spectacular wonders nurture the soul;

Entwining with the tale to make us whole.

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