Mac Cool (An Irish myth)

Poem written by pirate60 on Wednesday 13, April 2016

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Mac Cool An Irish Myth Wizards and warlocks Steal clad knights Castles in the sands, Oh, what a site. On the beach, in the rain. Dragons bane, most insane. Goliath of beast, Brimstone and fire. Breath of flame, Tis a curse, hell-fire. On the beach, in the rain. Dragon’s bane, most insane. Our battle ensues Of beast and men. Demon spawn, Against the McDugan Klan. On the beach, in the rain. Dragon’s bane, most insane. From the mystic sea, A hero appears. Sending hope to all, And the Banshee, fear. On the beach, in the rain. Dragon’s bane, most insane. Mac Cool be the warrior, His wisdom and might. He claims the shore, And attacks the blight. On the beach, in the rain. Dragon’s bane, most insane. With blade if light, And the McDugan Klan. This day is for victory, And the Irish kinsman. On the beach, in the rain. Dragon’s bane, most insane. The day is done, And our hero leaves, A reward, but a kiss, From a maiden he receives. Dragon’s bane, most insane. Of Irish lore, and the McDugan reign.
   

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    Up to your usual standards- and shenanigans.
    LOL. This one was one I did based on one line given to me by another writer I know. Kind of a friendly challenge to see who could come up with something unusual. As it turns out I remembered the line wrong. It was suppose to have been, 'seaside fun in the rain.' Still I believe it did meet the unusual part.
    lol I really enjoyed it. Nicely done!