The Horse and its Rider


Like a glint of fire from a dragon's eyes
The beast stares from where he hides
To lure you in, consume you in your ignorance
To lead you to your demise

As a lion stalks his prey
So the slanderer lurks in the shadows
Darkness surrounds him, blackening his heart
And the righteous ones he slays

But here comes the horse and it's rider
Clothed in white garments, with diadems on his head
And there he wages war with the wicked one of this system
Until the slanderer and his minions fled

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