I am pleased to present a poem by William Null,
a writer with serious draconic sensibilities. Enjoy.
Dragons, we see,
We need to see
Now, not tomorrow
Of all dragons
Fiery, and all
They are our friends.
He, who sees them as
Enemies, will die fast
Not a wise decision to attack a dragon.
Xenophobic, speciest certainly!
6 times we’ve seen what they can do
3 times it wasn’t thought of very well
No rhyme or reason this poem has?
Or maybe you just can’t see it, perhaps?
Will you see it when you can?
Before it happens again.
Thank you, William for sharing your words with us.