Stories Of the Old

Stories of the old,

From kings and queens,

Atop Thrones of gold,

To princes so bold.

Stories of the past,

From sailors and ships,

On Seas so vast,

To traitors on the mast.

Stories of long ago,

From lions and deer,

By Rivers of snow

To a friend and a foe.

Stories of the holy,

From gods and deities,

In Clouds so cozy,

To devils defeated slowly.

Stories of midnight,

From ghosts and ghouls,

In Shadows, bringing fright,

To the dead in daylight.

Stories of now,

From thieves and murderers,

In Hideouts, no one’s allowed,

To cops, searching “How?”.

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