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The Fae's Great Battle

Across the glowing lake of night To the stone rings of Telemador There lived a fiery angel Who took the Fae to war She stood so tall and strong and powerful was she she set across some tall, dark beasts as she led them to Taionwe The mountains purple and huge where the clippers lived aloft Their talons sharp as knives As at the Fae they scoffed These ugly creatures thought they were best their cruelty was well known Their crunches could be heard from far as they ate their enemies bones The Fae stood strong, their bows in hand as they faced this horrible foe as the first arrow shot it stood in the head clippers toe They roared with rage as they ran down to battle the girl stepped forward to face as the ground shook and rattled The arrows flew as the girl shouted 'Fire!' the clippers nearing more the arrows hitting their marks every time the clippers letting out giant roars The Fae dodged around shouting all the time she used magic to stop the clippers crime They fell but more trampled over their anger growing with every step the girl shouted on the Fae as forward they crept The Fae's arrows in a crowd flew hitting the clippers everywhere they couldn't get close enough as the Fae fought towards the enemies lair The clippers saw no win was able they wondered whether to run They knew the Fae would never stop that the battle was already won They turned and fled towards their caves as the Fae cheered with joy they ran after the enemy ready to destroy They pushed giant rocks to cover the clippers caves so none escaped at all and cheered as so brave The Fae had won this gallant fight their land again was free They had shown their might now danced all night with glee.

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