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He wandered alone, blessed by the light.
They told him 'bout evil, he agreed to the fight.
He would have to search, for allies with strength.
Both wisdom and courage, they'd need in the end
He left city's gates, alone on his horse.
The rain came pouring down, situation got worse.
As soon as the city, disappeared out of sight.
He would have to face, this unholy might.

Led by the holy, he rode to battle.
Evil upon him, the end drawing near.
Reinforcements needed, in this hour of may-hem.
Crea-tures and demons, spreading the fear.

Curses and weapons, he would all face.
He had to flee, left not a trace.

Between the trees, he would be hidden.
He found him an ally, with power forbidden.
Together they went, doom would take place.
Encountered a girl, tears covered her face.
She was a sorcerer, she would help them out.
From spells that she could caat, fire makes monsters shout.
Others would follow, the group was complete.
Evil could show up now, 'tis time to bleed.

Led by the holy, they rode to battle.
Evil upon them, the end drawing near.
Reinforcements needed, in this hour of mayhem.
Creatures and demons, spreading the fear.

Curses and weapons, they would all face.
Killing them all, of a leader no trace.

An evil voice, where'bouts unknown.
Speaks down upon him, the lightbringer.
Face me then, but come alone.
Death will do, and your soul, will forever linger.

Led by the holy, he rode to battle.
Evil upon him, the end drawing near.
Reinforcements not wanted, in this hour of mayhem.
Creatures and de-mons, spreading the fear.

The boss of all evil, he would have to face.
After this battle, both not left a trace.
#2
In order to get it out of the way, I just want to make mention that you were obviously aiming for a rhyme scheme here, and while it works for the most part, you shouldn't struggle for the sake of having it. With a long poem/set of lyrics like this, constant rhyming can be a bit disruptive. It's not a big problem or anything, just don't sweat it so much in the future.

That being said, this was a pretty cool read. It struck me as very power metal-esque. Which makes sense given your name and favorite bands/book, etc. You definitely got the themes and imagery here, even the length of the poem seems appropriate. My only criticism is what I said before, don't worry so much about rhyming as writing exactly what you want to say, how you want to say it.

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