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Legendary Dragons: Poems of Mythical Creatures


Fire-breathing Passion: Explore the Mystical World of Dragon Poetry with 1LovePoems

Welcome to our dragon poems page, where we celebrate these mystical creatures in all their fiery glory! From the ferocious to the friendly, from the charming to the cunning, our range of dragon poems will take you on a fantastical journey through the dragon realms. Whether you’re a fan of Game of Thrones or just love the idea of soaring through the sky on the back of a dragon, we’ve got the perfect poem for you. So sit back, relax, and let your imagination take flight with our dragon poems collection!

Short Poems

1. “Dragon’s Breath”
Fire and smoke,
The dragon’s breath soars,
Leaves all in shock,
Its power, it roars.

2. “Dragon’s Flight”
Wings outstretched,
The dragon takes flight,
Majestic and strong,
It soars with delight.

3. “Dragon’s Lair”
Deep in the cave,
The dragon hides away,
Golden treasure it saves,
Forever to stay.

4. “Dragon’s Roar”
Louder than thunder,
The dragon’s roar echoes,
Shakes the earth under,
And sends goosebumps its foes.

Medium Poems

Dragon’s Lair
Deep within the mountain’s lair,
A dragon’s den, a fiery glare.
In the dark, its eyes glint bright,
As it roams about, its scales alight.

Its voice echoes through the stone,
A fierce roar to all unknown.
The treasure hoard, its prized delight,
Guarded closely with claws and might.

Many knights have come to slay,
None have lived to see the day.
The dragon’s rage, its endless breath,
Defending all it loves to death.

So if you seek the dragon’s lair,
Beware the flame, the fiery snare.
For if you dare to seek the fight,
You may not survive the night.

Dragon’s Flight
Winged and soaring, high above,
A dragon’s flight, a sight to love.
Through the clouds, the wind it rides,
The world below, its endless tides.

The mountains and the forests pass,
As it soars beyond the grass.
Its scales glisten in the sun,
Its roar, a sign that it has won.

The sky its playground, endless space,
As it spirals in its fiery grace.
Its wings a blur, its tails a whip,
As it dives and soars, its heart a skip.

And when the night draws near at last,
The dragon finds its home at last.
In the hidden cave or secret lair,
It rests, awaiting the next day’s dare.

Long Poems

Of Dragons and Dreams

In the land of mist and fire, where the dark mountains rise,
And the ancient trees whisper secrets with the winds as they sigh,
Lies a world of legends, of magic and of wonder,
Where the fearsome dragons roam, fierce and thunderous asunder.

Their wings spread wide like sails of the night,
And their scales gleam like diamonds in the moonlight,
Their eyes glow with an ember’s fiery hue,
As they soar high above, with a pride so true.

Their breath, a flame of unfathomable heat,
Can melt steel and stone, to their foe’s defeat,
Their strength is unmatched, their power immense,
And their roar echoes through time and space, like an ancient defence.

But behind the fierce exterior, lies a heart of gold,
A spirit of courage, and tales too many to be told,
They dream of a world where peace prevails,
And harmony reigns instead of the wails.

Of dragons and dreams, oh what a sight,
A world with no war, no darkness, no fright,
Where the dragons dance in the soft moonlight,
And the stars twinkle with a kindle of delight.

So let us dream, of a world so bright,
Where dragons reign supreme, with wings of flight,
And magic fills the air, with colors so fair,
A world that’s blessed, with love and care.

A Dragon’s Tale

A dragon roamed across the land,
A sight to see, majestic and grand.
With scales that sparkled in the sun,
And wings that flapped, a race he’d won.

His eyes, they gleamed an orange hue,
His breath, a flame that could pursue.
He soared up high, through clouds and rain,
His roar, a sound that caused great pain.

His skin, so tough, no sword could cut,
His claws, so sharp, they’d rip and gut.
The villagers cowered in great fear,
For the dragon was coming, they could hear.

They begged and pleaded, offered up gold,
But the dragon wouldn’t be bought or sold.
He wanted only to roam and fly,
To feel the rush of the open sky.

But then one day, a brave young lad,
Came forth to face the dragon, unclad.
With nothing but his wits and might,
He challenged the dragon to a fight.

The dragon laughed, he knew his strength,
He thought this boy would be short in length.
But then the boy drew forth a sword,
One that glowed, it seemed to be stored.

The dragon roared, he unleashed his fire,
But the boy was swift, he’d be no liar.
He dodged and slipped, he parried and thrust,
He fought with courage, for that he must.

And as the battle raged on and on,
The dragon knew he’d soon be gone.
For the boy was skilled, he’d trained for years,
And he fought with honor, he had no fears.

Until at last, the dragon fell,
His fire was gone, his strength as well.
The boy stood there, sword in hand,
A hero now, in his own land.

And so the dragon lay there dead,
A monster slain, its reign had fled.
But the boy knew, as he looked around,
There’d be more dragons, to be found.

For though they were fierce and dangerous too,
The dragon’s roamed the skies so blue.
And so the boy took up his sword,
To face the next dragon, he’d be no fraud.

For he knew that dragons, though feared and fraught,
Were just creatures too, and certainly not
To be hunted to extinction or slain,
But respected and understood, in new refrain.

For dragons, like any creature majestically bold,
Should be cherished and stories differently told.
For in their fiery breath and wings that unfold,
Lies a tale of courage, and a heart that beholds.

So let us remember, as we look to the sky,
That dragons, like us, are just passing by.
But their legacy lives on, in our stories and dreams,
Forever in flight, majestic, and supreme.

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