Category Archives: Poem

A New Year

Goodbye Year.
The Time has passed.
I will not miss the dips in the waves
Or my laughing mirror,
Or my haunting past,
Or my memory’s departed graves.

Hello Year.
It was a dream.
I awoke and now I see the light
And my future here,
And my self-esteem,
And the roses that fully bloom white.


Merry Princess Unicorn

I am your merry princess unicorn
With ocean eyes and crystal horn.
Come with me beside the river
To watch the waves ripple and quiver
To watch the leaves float down thither
To watch them all wade and wither.

I am your merry princess unicorn
We dance all night until the morn.
Come with me and follow my lead
To see the flyers sing and plead
To see the doe coax her fawn to feed
To see the dewdrops let go a bead.

I am your merry princess unicorn
Do not look sad or be forlorn.
Come with me and at last be free
To walk the sand beside the sea
To walk, to tarry, but not to flee
To walk beside just me.

I am your merry princess unicorn
Only for you was I ever born.
So come with me, I am here
And never again know of hate or fear
And never again shed another tear
And never, will I ever, leave you, my dear.

<<Poetry by ZeldaTetraSheik>>


With words, we wait while wandering
Indefinitely, igniting inspirational
Sayings so sweetly sung-
Despite dictated dreams devouring
Our ominous opinions or
Making masterfully misanthropic misleadings.

Whimsy (Part 6 “Fin”)

1. No luck he found at freeing her hair
For the magician had wound them with his word.
Finally he knew what would free her from there;
It was something he once had heard.

2. Each blossom that held her tendrils fast
He gave the smallest kiss
Because only love can cure words of the past
And make them into nothingness.

3. Slowly each flower let her free
And released her from that snare.
The lad and Whimsy then did flee,
Without the sorcerer becoming aware.

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Whimsy (Part 5)

1. “I have expected you,” she suddenly said
To the man who wielded magic.
The man stopped and gazed instead
And pondered of her logic.

2. “So kidnap me now and take me thereof
To your unknown, darkened fortress.
For all maidens never find love
Until they are rescued from distress.”

3. “You will never be rescued,” cackled the man
As his staff drew in the dirt.
He cast up a spell, but she never ran.
Whimsy remained alert.

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Whimsy (Part 4)

1. For they fed from Whimsy’s true love glow
Which caused them never to fade.
Forever they were full of life and show
Upon the head of the fairy maid.

2. Each day Whimsy thought of him
And each song she sung was of love.
Birds would accompany her at a whim,
And their voices reached out far above.

3. One day a sorcerer of black magic
Heard the voice of Whimsy Fair.
So entranced, he fell in love quick
Before he ever saw her crimson hair.

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Whimsy (Part 3)

1. “Come quick! Come quick!”
Said Whimsy Fair
As her wings continued to flick,
Beating on and through the mist-filled air.

2. “It’s best we leave this place
Before the moon
Bathes the Forest in her embrace,
And the crickets sing their tune.”

3. Though they sped past and through the trees
Daylight waned down into night.
Before they could pass the mass of pine seas,
They crouched down out of sight.

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