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Rana Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
the great maharana shreastha vyas Epic Epic rana, history,
Premium Member Poem Rana's Legion Defends Robert Lindley Rhyme Rhyme rana, death, violence, war,
What I Saw At the Lake Elton Camp Rhyme Rhyme rana, funny,
Columbus, you again David Smalling Verse Verse rana, history, politicalheart, old, easter,

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Rana's Legion Defends

Rana's Legion Defends

Barbarians had won the city and slain all there
  burned it down after stripping it completely bare
From the Holy city of Rome orders quickly flew
  destroy these invaders now, your legion and you

Ten days hard march with never a long or great rest
  no complaints for Rana's legion were always the best
Two weeks out chasing the savage barbarian horde
  led by its barbaric , tall and savage murdering Lord

Time was very near because the trail was so very hot
  Rana knew the enemy would pick their very best spot
Five more days racing forward at steady, deadly paces
  soon legionnaires would see their enemy's wicked faces

Following day the huge enemy camp was found
  across vast plains at base of a rocky mound
Rana rested his legionnaires just before the big fight
  weapons ready , his brave men without any fright

Sun burst forth with a wicked gleam in it's light
  legion ever so ready and looking so very bright
Rana checked each and every eager fighting man
  reminding all of his clever winning battle plan

Spearmen six deep center of the advancing van
  splitting right and left upon his first command
Archers firing quick volleys from  fifty yards behind
  raining down destruction upon enemy's failing line

Sounding horn sending in central reserves eager to slay
  enemy routed by the power legion sent into the deadly fray
As Rana commanded his swordsmen to hack the enemy apart
  find the tall leader and cut out his wickedly, black heart

Savage brutes tossed away their weapons and began to run
  legionnaires raced forward cutting them down having fun
Rana came upon the savage Lord fighting upon the mound
  rushed upon him so very quickly without making a sound

A cut to his left leg just below his unprotected knee
  a jab into his chest as the brute turned to flee
Off with his hairy head as blood so freely flowed
  victory won, the pride of the legion so fairly glowed

Rana's legion finished off the barbaric wounded where they lay
  stripping all the bodies of weapons and spoils the very next day
Marching back to the garrison proudly to be richly rewarded there
  each and every man to receive the bloody war booty, his fair share!

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