Of Dragons And Man by K. A. Williams

Of Dragons And Man
K. A. Williams

The mother dragon,
too big to sit on her egg,
breathes out a warm breeze.
Not like the hot flame
she blew on that horrid knight
who came in her cave.
The egg is cracking –
a baby pokes his head out
and sees his mother.
She is very proud
and can’t wait to teach her son
of dragons and man.


This entry was posted in Fantasy, Poetry and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply