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Zipangu Poem

This was made in February 2008. Here is my Zipangu poem.

Ghosts divulging their tounge
Give hunters the constant boo
Fearless warriors walk through the forest
As they stay in Zipangu

Discovering the new adventure, Zipangu
Holds the revenge of the tide
The mood wields the continent
Less miles satisfied to the tour guide

Pink-colored trees
Scattered to the forest
Sky blue mountains
Come right behind to the forest

Gathering from foxes and raccoons
For recieving charcoals and tails
Animals, forests, weathers
Give a person tidying wells

Secret lies belong nights
Engage to see dark cementery
Evil animals observating strength
For hunters becoming sedentary

The enemies force
With their huge flow
They’re Dreamy Ghosts
And a boss named Black Crow

Black Crow gets hyphened
All the heroes are wondered
At final, they give the final blow
Black Crow has been conquered

Ghosts divulging their tounge
Give hunters the constant boo
Fearless warriors walk through the forest
As they stay in Zipangu

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