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The  Red Dragon

A woman on her period
Her body split in half
The upper half as clear as an autumn sky
The lower half wet with a winter chill
Like a frigid city between her legs
Not open to tourists at this time
The whole city inundated by flooding
Red rivers
Reminders of floods past
Reminders of a brave intruder

Residents of the city all remember
A valiant dragon
Who once broke into the forbidden city,
Undaunted by the red torrent
Fearlessly, relentlessly
It thrust its head into the red rivers
It went in and out of the city,
Again, and again...
A warrior fighting a bloody battle
And, when it retreated it was blood covered and limp
Exhausted but not defeated.

Now just a memory
The city remembers
And awaits his return…
The red dragon has become a legend
And his brave story will be forever sung
Written by EvaChunMeng (Eva ChunMeng)
Author's Note
The poem speaks for itself...passion knows no boundaries.
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