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The most recent of my recorded creations. It turned out better than I thought it would. Not much else to say, if I'm to be honest
I once played a game by every rule
I had skill many called beyond compare
I could only be beaten if my foe was lucky to a near-cheating degree
Or if they broke the tenants outright
I played this game by all its rules
My skill should've carried every day
But instead I was beaten for my unluck, how dare I not win every game of chance
In what should've been a game of skill
If strength was truly born of heartbreak, brought forth by endurance, forged in character
Then mountains I could move, and towers I could crumble and legions I could lift with my bare hands
Instead, I have learned, the reward for vigilance and tact is more things to be wary of.
I once had a close friend
We laughed and we faced the days together
I planned so many things to say, to tell them on just the rightest of days
And we'd have been the strongest of allies
I had so many fond days
Where my friend and I, we made these memories
But instead someone else was bold, swept them off their feet and far away
As if to prove that I must stand alone
I once had a chance to make things right
The golden dawn might still yet get to rise
It was all ready for me to claim, I just had to get it right
I knew I had the skill to finally rise
I knew I would commit no error
My skill would not falter this time
So instead circumstance tore the last of hopes away
That I could not control, because of course
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