• Published 26th Jan 2014
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The Wanderings of My Mind - Fiend from the Darkness

Poems I've written inspired by different fanfics on FIMfic.

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A Difference Made (Memory Pending)

A Difference Made
Memory Pending

Memory lost and feeling alone
Past gone and future unknown
A stallion finds his way to a place
Where friendship thrives and feeds a race
But as he continues down his road
He starts to see that he carries a load
For left behind, he has not, his lethal past
He can't seem to make the peace he has last
For though he wants to leave it behind
He can't let it destroy, the peace he must find
So back to the black of space he returns
And here, it is, his final lesson he learns
The lesson that not all learn or can face
The lesson he can see and must embrace
To give his life so his friends might live
To release all he has left to give
All his friends now see and are left to mourn
Hoping his soul might no longer be lost; no longer forlorn
A final peaceful rest he might have at last
Free and away from his Keldarian past
To those left behind, his death, their hearts rend
Torn to pieces, from end to end
He finally made a difference to all,
In his short life, before his fall
His final wish was at last fulfilled
When the threat to his loved ones was revealed and killed
And now he continues to live, as a memory carved within
The hearts and minds of those he knew,
Those where, in his short life, love was planted and grew
His memory forever pending
He made his own upon his ending
The end of his life
Saved his friends, new family, any last strife


Author's Note:

A/N: A work inspired by Memory pending. One of my favourite stories I've ever found. It's tone gives you hope, that Mender might have a life. Hope right til the end, when the ever loving Kiro, who has, at that point, captured your heart with his character of Moon Mender, happily shoves said heart into a woodchippier while laughing maniacally interspersed with happy humming. This work assumes that the story ends after epilogue one. This was written after my second read through, though I still don't know why I did. I cried. I fully admit to it and not one of those tears was manly.