An epic poem about the battle of two giants
|Colonimus - his might was great,
Colonimus - to fight he went.
There was no army undefeated,
All enemies has fled his path,
But there was one he hasn't bested,
A giant dragon - Aligarth.
They clashed - two giant titans,
The wind has roared and earth has burst,
They fought this way like mighty lions,
Reducing everything to dust.
The day has passed and night has fallen,
But none has dealt a deadly blow,
But Aligarth has gotten stronger,
For in the day his strength was low.
The dragon broke the holy sword,
That our hero proudly held,
And he remained then bare-handed,
No weapon left for him to wield.
A lightning flashed, a thunder sounded,
A mountain burst and lava flowed,
But our hero stood his ground,
And in the dark his figure glowed.
The dragon bared his fangs in hate,
And tried to smite his foe,
But otherwise decided fate,
The dragon was too slow.
The hero grabbed the dragon's neck,
And it was swiftly broken,
The dragon fell upon it's back,
And this tale is now spoken.
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