The name of this poem is "Valkyrie" it has a PG-13 rating. The poem is dedicated to Bach, and criticism is allowed.
00:44, February 16, 2015 (UTC)
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The Valkyrie's feet touch the ground.
her wings unfurl.
Her smile beams.
Here she is.
The Valkyrie mentions what she can.
Hate none but those
she will mention
The stars will shine for no-one.
They may seem like they shine
but, the valkyrie pulls at the heart.
What heart though?
There are the heart strings
those are all that are left.
She sings of the moments of today.
How can she focus on tomorrow without worry?
There she only talks of today.
It keeps her well.
The valkyrie calls to the others in the water;
they don't know how to get out.
She sings her song to bring forth ground;
she helps those who cant swim.
is she really there?
Can she really drag them out of the water?
She in all her fury listens to the wailing
of the banshee's of the land.
She sings how they haven't seen
the cold harbor.