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Day 17, On the moon by Fetchbeer Day 17, On the moon by Fetchbeer
Threepony, what have you done?
Did you think that Celestia you could outrun?
In her castle you were found,
With her treasures by the pound.
She reclaimed her precious treasure,
And in banishment she took great pleasure.
So many pirates have been marooned.
But you're the only one sent to the moon.
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EmoticonMouse Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2011
Yo ho ho and rum in crates
Doctor Whooves gathering pirates.
Captain Striker from the edge of enlightenment
A right upstanding Eternal gent.
Captain Avery from reflected space
For his son he must save face.
Captain Threepony from the moon
Oh yea we're all doomed.
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Fetchbeer Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If it's up to Threepony to save us all,
Lets hope that she's not heard the call.
For any adventure in which pony gets involved,
Will not be an escapade soon resolved.
The only hope for our existence,
Should not be that foals assistance.
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EmoticonMouse Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011
"Demons run when a good man goes to war.
Night will fall and drown the sun when a good man goes to war.
Friendship dies and true love lies.
Night will fall and the dark will rise when a good man goes to war.
Demons run but count the cost; the battle's won but the child is lost."

I'll try to come up with my own poem later but the friendship line was to good to pass up
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SasparillaFizz Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011
"hehehe. Cute poem, lovely dialogue. I can only imagine what she did to earn the lunar banishment, and what it had to do with wax lips..."
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Fetchbeer Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
With these lips of reddened wax,
This pony did commit some vile acts.
She took the princess by surprise,
A thing I'm sure that none would advise,
What was done with the lips, no pony will admit,
So bad it was that none would willingly submit.
As precious vases and works of art,
Were smashed in her haste then to depart.
Before the pony princess's eyes,
Things she cherished faced their demise.
Her sister was banished for a war,
Such punishment the princess does abhor,
But when a kleptomaniac wreaks havoc in your abode,
Insolence and discourtesy being all they've showed,
Then of them it is right to make an example,
So your privacy is not by others trampled.
Next time that pirate pony might try to explain,
Instead of throwing her freedom down the drain.
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