|The Hunting of The Cree
Author: The Melissa Occult PM
My epic poem using one rhyme. It was fun to write even if it isn't all that good.Rated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Angst - Words: 571 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 2 - Published: 03-23-06 - id: 2139034
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A/N: I get very bored at work so I write things in my head. This is one of the few to make it to paper. I bet you can't tell that I was bored at all. Disclaimer: THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE CREE INDIANS!!!! I DID NOT EVEN REALIZE THEY EXISTED UNTIL AFTER I WROTE THIS!!!!
The captain of the ship, he said to me:
"I welcome you aboard our ship The Giddy & Glee
Your presence now makes three
It's you and me and Bethany
And we're out to slay the Cree!"
"The Cree slumbers in the quiet sea."
Said Captain Lee
"I know as well as thee,
There is no tepid sea!"
"Aye!" Said old Bob Lee
"But there be a Cree!
And as long as there be a Cree,
There will be a silent sea."
I inquired of Captain Lee
"His scales are green and oily,
And his breath, it smells of tea!"
"And of his eyes?" I asked with jimmery
"Of his eyes? There be three!"
"This Cree is truly a bad enemy,
To meet alone at sea!"
Which be the fiercest of the three?"
"Tis the Cree!"
Cried old Bob Lee
"Against the Cree,
The Bandersnatch is a flea
And the Jabberwock no better than me!"
I asked of Captain Lee
"With my Axe of Dree!"
He said in certainty.
From the tree
That grew only in the sea
"What is it?" cried We
"Guess what I see!" said she
"What?! What do you see?!"
"Out 'tween the oceans of Tander and Caballee,
There swims the Cree!"
"Yes, The Cree!"
"Bring me my Axe of Dree!"
Cried old Captain Lee
So I brought him his Axe of Dree.
We embarked out on the sea,
And across the waves we walked to meet the Cree.
He bared his teeth (His breath like tea)
Long we battled the subjectous Cree
Till he ate the arm of Bobby Lee
"No more can I fight!" Cried he,
Long staring stood Bethany
Who of blood and gore did never see
I continued to fight the enemy
Till I was grabbed by that zanderous Cree
I cried to Bethany
"No more can I flee!"
Broken willed stepped she,
In the path of the naggrid Cree
She swung the Axe of Dree
And cut off the creature's kee
It screaled and was angry
It flashed its teeth (And breathed its breath of tea)
Bethany screamed in pain as she was cut in three
I screamed in rage "CREE!
Make haste to do battle with me!
And taking the falumbrious Axe of Dree
I slew that hated Cree
Lying in three
Next to the kee
I cried, "It cannot be!
"My love was for thee
And thine for me!"
"Oh sorrowful day to be!
There's nothing left butold deadLee,
And pieces of Bethany!
Woe is me to lose it all to that zanderous Cree!"
I buried them side by side, all three:
The Captain, Bethany, and the Cree
And Iwas left alone out on the tepid sea