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Golden Fang Ryu Shenron

I am life. I am death. I give everything. But I take all. I am a King. A Queen. An Assassin. An Army. I am the Savage Kingdom!


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There are many birds the came on different shapes and sizes with a multitude distinguishing features, none of them being the same. Some are colorful, many are just one color, others are light, with a few are dark, there are the rare beautiful ones and much of the dark sinister ones that roam the earth. They soar through the skies in different parts of the world, each having their own society and surviving in their own way, no matter how out of place it may seem. Many of them having thing in common though...and that is the freedom to fly about these skies. To fly as hard as they want, as high as they like and as fast as they wish, with nothing and no one to stop them. It is a trait that many bird share with one another, one that has been going since since the first bird to ever fly, and will continue to go on for countless years to come.

Alas, not all bird are as lucky as others...some of them have never been given the privilege or the change to fly in the open. Maybe in confined areas where they can stretch their wings, but certainly not anywhere where they can be truly free. Those are the birds that're locked in cages, tied to chains with only a limited amount of space to show their mastery of the sky. Not many birds able to break free from those chains and snap open the cage, but those that do, will have a whole new path ahead of them. A path of wonder, mystery and discovery about not only about the world, but themselves as well. And how they can escape the chains of cruelty, fight the darkness creeping around them and never be caged or locked away ever again.

This the story of a beautiful bird that was locked in a cage for something she could not control...and how she managed to find her wings and fly away into the clear blue sky. Into the very sky where the rest of her kin awaited her.

This a one-shot dedicated to one of my dear followers Rivershy. Be sure to send her lots of love and support for the trials she went through:heart:.

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Comments ( 30 )

beautiful and sad

:heart::fluttercry: This is sooo...... I don't have words... :fluttercry: so sweet, so touching, so beautiful. Thank you for this Fang, thank you for your kindness, your wonderful heart, and your beautiful words. :heart:

No I got the perfect song for this.

OMG I'm crying.

No...thank you for always staying strong and staying true to yourself:heart:.

This is better, because it reminds me of my love for animals:raritycry:!

But... It is perfect. So fricken well done. My fucking Jesus.

Yeah, you take a moment to think about how wonderful this was and how it hit you in the FEEEEEEELS:raritycry:!

bird or the cage?

Sorry if the title was a little misleading:twilightsheepish:.

I like it. Like a molodious version of The Ugly Duckling.

Thank you:pinkiehappy:! It was a little gift for a friend:twilightsmile:.

Comment posted by Shadowshame deleted January 22nd


This just wrenched my heart and I get the feeling it is based on something that actually happened

Sorry about the double message my phone glitches in a weird way

That's alright:twilightsmile:. I have a couple more sequels to this poem that're much more flushed out. So feel free to read those if you'd like:twilightsmile:.

So Snowdrop has something to do with this?

Okay, so they´re related because they are bittersweet poems.


This first poem was initially a little surprise gift for Rivershy, but then...well, it went onto more of them:twilightsheepish:.

Nice. You are very kind.

Eh, just a little Fang trying to help a beautiful river out:heart:.

And may your poetic heart be as free as a bird.

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