The Dragon Creeps By: Michael A. Sauve


The Dragon Creeps
By: Michael A. Sauve

The Dragon creeps out from the still abode
A beast above mankind's eternal heart
He snarls his wicked smile, such boastful strength
With talons razor-sharp exposed in might
He spreads immense extended wings to fly
And Take to still blue heavens at ease
Sweet Valor kept more sound then falcon wings
He climbs so noble every beat so swift
He speaks in breaths of scorching flames of red
Proclaiming boisterous his throne as king

About the Author

Michael A. Sauve has been drawing for as long as he can remember; even before he could write, he was drawing. He grew up in San Diego, California, moved to Colorado in 1996 to go to college for computer-aided graphic design and has been there ever since. Very few share the passion for the arts and poetry as he does. They are his reason for being.
For more of Michael's work visit his web site:

"I don't like to say I have given my life to art. I prefer to say art has given me my life." ~Frank Stella

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