I was inspired to express my love for dragons in middle english. if I was a animal I'd be a dragon.
This ode which is called an irregular ode glorifies the dragon.
In Asiatic cultures, dragons are worshiped for their wisdom and longevity.
I have shown adoration and human love to the dragon of my dreams, the person is captivated by the dragons unearthly aura.
He reads only love and passion into the various features like its breath of fire, scales and piercing eyes of the supernatural entity.
The address is the one used for the revered one like a god or a deity. Biblical "thine" "thy" find their way into addressing the dragon.
The ellipses in the last line intensify the effect being totally enchanted by the dragon.
A gracious artist by the name of
has let me use the picture above for the cover of this poem.