Y'know, the only quote I can ever remember is "I sell hens their own eggs back and steal the whiskers from barnyard dogs." Chickenhound's mother said that (can't remember her name. :P) But yeah.
However, I wrote this poem not so long ago, it was originally for a contest but…since that site died (it seems) maybe you all could use it somewhere? Or heck...even if it just sits here for fun. lol
Sunny days and war-torn nights,
Peaceful tales and frightening flights.
Throughout the land, fate does toll,
To seek hero and villain alike in role.
Through many trails, throughout the wood,
Battle on the dark and courageous good.
Fill us with hope, or daunt us with fear,
But tell the tale to friends with good ale and shrewbeer!
Live on and cheer, the days come and gone!
Never forgetting the heroes who’ve all passed on…
We live, we see, through you and me,
All the greatness and evil we both could be.
Redwall! Redwall! The fates do call!
Through summer, winter, spring and fall.
They sing of us, our dirge, our prayer,
Knowing we will forever, in peace, be there.
So come, follow us, to a land of beasts,
Full of wild lands, great friends, and feasts.
Adventure with the wildest crews,
Live your life for the many, and of course, for the few.
For the memory is where all these tales will go,
To share again, one day, amongst falling snow.
Where the fire will warm our footpaws and our smiles,
As we recall every ally, land, adventure and mile.
~ by and copyrighted to: Keira Blacktalon