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[Fiction] Long: Tiger, Oh Tiger


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OOC: I decided to go with a poetry format and 'thees' and 'thous' after reading 'The Tyger' by William Blake. This is just a reflection on Long and his character.

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Tiger, oh Tiger with the eye so blue,

Heart-stricken and soul-wounded art thou.

Hast thou reckoned on what thou hast become -

Stranger to all things that thou once knew.

Dost the cost seemeth right and fair to thee?

Thy beloved wife dead in her grave,

Thine teacher more lost than even thou art,

Thine only son a stranger to thee.

All semblance of Man hath left thine features,

Tiger, oh Tiger with eyes so blue.

Dost thou reckon the cost worth thine vengeance,

And shalt thou joinest with wild creatures?

Tiger, oh Tiger with the eye so blue,

Heart-stricken and soul-wounded art thou.

Hast thou reckoned on what thou hast become -

Stranger to all things that thou once knew.

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