Dragons

The dragon is a fearsome beast,

Claws and wings and biting jaws,

Leave it alone and it'll feast,

Say goodbye to all your sheep.

The rein of a dragon is a frightful thing.

Quick! Send someone to rid us of it!

But the dragon will just take wing

And wipe out a couple villages.

Knights are crunchy, damsels divine,

Dragon's have expensive taste,

But interupt it's feeding time

And it'll dine on kings.

They're quick to anger, and never full,

Watch your back or you'll be next!

But it won't matter, the dragon will swoop down like a gull

And down it's maw you go.