By JRR Tokin
Clear as glass, on winter’s day, the sages and the wizards say; “from deep in there, it comes this way.”
Hatred filled and hunger driven. Our homes were crushed, our lives were riven, as it destroyed the world we live in.
The snow now stopped, the sky now clear. So bright the day we all must peer. We squint and struggle through our fear.
Our greed awoke this beast of frost. We thought us brave, but at what cost? All our hopes and dreams are lost.