Personal Narrative: My Dragon

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It’s just another day for me. Another day to be slayed by the knight and watch in envy as he carries the princess to ‘safety’. My life is only a fairytale. A fairytale in which I am the villain and the knight is the hero. I never wanted to be born like this and I mostly certainly don’t want it to continue happening. However, it cannot come to a halt. I have endless lives and endless nights and days to cry out in agony on how fucking bad my life is. When I try to speak, a blazing blue inferno pours out of my mouth. If you haven’t already realized, I am a dragon. My powers are not a gift but a curse. I don’t have the warm human touch as most mammals do. Every time I walk my claws dig deep into the rocks as they emulate sound that is equal to …show more content…
For centuries I’ve been in an endless cycle of hell. They’ve lived on my mountain that was rightfully mine. I’ve been here long before they have. I was born here and they murdered my parents. How are they the good guys! They mock me by putting the ‘pretty little princess’ on my land. Although they’ve done terrible things to me and the generation of dragon before me, I do not wish to harm them. Dragons are not what they are described to be in legends. They have a heart and soul, even though a hand full of dragons are corrupted and power hungry, we are amazing and loyal friends. These aspects of us are torn to piece with the fact that we’re a weapon. We are a powerful dangerous weapons to them and they think that the only solution to solve this ‘problem’ is to destroy …show more content…
My fate is uncertain. Even if I break the 4th wall, I will venture forward to my destination. A villain may not always be evil and a hero might not always be good. Something that is different it does not mean it’s a bad thing, even if it wasn’t made for that particular job. I can’t help myself, I never wished to be born like this. However, I was born like this. Even though I might have some faults, I am still who I am. Humans need to accept this. My programming was wired, but I think of myself as my own living thing. A living thing that needs to be accepted in society. That is my final

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