Gryffindor poem
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Red and gold Brave and bold

Gryffindor poem

Red and gold

Brave and bold

While we do something idiotic

It usually stops someone psychotic.

The world is a garden,

Or maybe a rose.

One for myself, one for my foes.

Beware of the illusions.

I belong in Gryffindor,

Where dwell the brave at heart,

Their daring, nerve, and chivalry

Set Gryffindors apart.

"Wingardium Leviosa!" that's your spell,

"Alohamora!" you said to my heart

And again "Accio!" to find its broken parts,

It's precious just like this love I found.

Found at Hogwarts

In the wizarding courts.

The zero turned love

Defeats dark lords.

You're as keen as the Ravenclaw,

Seeing beauty hidden in every flaw.

I found what I was searching for,

I am your strong-heart lion of Gryffindor.

We love to chase the wind

Through streaks of blinding bliss,

Tagging the glorious ideals of love

Peace, friendship, even the meaning of life.

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