This is a poem that I wrote a while ago that I have recently revised. It's special to me because of how all of these "people" changed my life. Each of them has become like a close friend and some even helped me through rough times.
I will never forget and never stop thanking them for all they have done. They shaped me into the person I am today and they always and forever will hold a place in my heart.
I hope you enjoy and can relate in some way.
I Know Many People
I know an alien from time and space.
A River was their closest companion.
They had the ability to change their face
And has suffered things you couldn't imagine.
I know a pair of brothers
And a fallen angel of the Lord.
They dedicate their lives to helping others,
Protecting them iron, salt, and sword.
I know a highly functioning sociopath
He lives on Baker Street
With his friend who suffers war's wrath.
They are the best sleuths you will ever meet.
I know a boy, part mortal, part god
Thrown into a world, a boy among men.
The extent of his powers is very broad.
Defending the world with a transformer pen
As for witches and wizards, I know a bunch.
The Chosen One with a lightning scar,
A red-headed family who don't have much,
And the brightest witch of her age, by far
I know a greedy Scrooge, who is growing old.
He'd lost all he held dearest
And turned his heart cold.
His soul was saved, by three Christmas spirits
I lost a woman who dreamed a dream,
A girl whose love was a personal illusion,
A man who broke parole to be redeemed,
And many who died for the French revolution.
I lost the Half-Blood Prince,
A loving, free house-elf,
One of the joking twins,
And a loyal owl who sacrificed herself
I know and knew many people
But they sadly never knew me
Yet I still think they're all special
For they are fictional, you see