Oh gracious king,

Thou hast asked me,

Thou hast begged me,

To release this horrible, heart-aching information.

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Therefore, I console thee,

And politely remind thee,

Thou hast taken a vow.

And not one word of this shall be spoken again.

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'Twas a day like no other,

A day dull and mundane,

Uneventful and redundant,

What a dull, dull day.

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The quest had all but ended.

The dragon had puffed his last breath of smoke,

And I had slain his sorry hide.

However even this did not excite me.

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The princess accepted me with open arms,

Her lips were soft and light on mine.

And yet the lightning never came,

The thrilling sensation of a love did not strike.

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I howled in agony,

For the dragon had nearly slaughtered me,

Nevertheless, the pain did nothing to my nerves,

'Twas still a dull, dull day.

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The dragon's cranium on a pedestal,

I rode through the street of thy fair city,

The throng of people cheered in enthusiasm.

Just the same, it proved not to be contagious.

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Indeed, this day was dull.

This dull, dull day;

'Twas the most exciting one of mine life.

The most exciting dull day of mine entire being.

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'Tis here that I leave thee

Oh gracious, great king.

I leave thee with this thought of triumph.

For to-day I hath discovered sarcasm.