Rebirth Of Avalon
Author: Andrew James Ball
Can you hear the sound of the beating ground?
War is coming to the holy isle,
The Christians are on the move again,
They come to destroy Avalon,
But Avalon doesn’t know it.
Why the Christians do this is unknown,
They seem to fear anything,
That could be equal to their faith,
But other religions think differently.
They reached the borders of Avalon,
They’re crossbows held high,
They stormed the island in a flash,
Captured all the priests and priestesses.
The Christians told them to stop spreading their blast fumy,
But Avalon resisted,
So they were put to death,
Because of their so-called “Devilry”.
The ground was stained with the blood of Avalon,
Most of them did not survive,
They could have, if they would have known,
Then they could have won so easily.
Fortunately some did survive,
So the faith did not die,
For so many years it was practice secretly,
And now its practice freely.
Now Avalon is back with its followers,
Perhaps now we can all get along,
Since new and fair governments are in control,
Avalon is not vengeful,
And forgives the Christians for what they did,
They only ask that they are left alone.
------- Author's Notes -------
This poem I wrote as a glimps in to the Christian Crusaides. This one of my favrit poems that I ever wrote and I like all my poems.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Lady Eryemil (126.96.36.199) -- Friday, November 5 2004, 06:16 pm|
Great poem Andrew J.B. Though you might want to change the category it's in, because the 9/11 attack is the last thing you should compare to the struggle of the Old Faith. Once again great idea.
|Lady Morgaine (188.8.131.52) -- Friday, January 12 2007, 06:23 pm|
your brillant i must say yes Avalon will raise a gain and its followers with it bless you for remembering
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