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The Gnomes of Nome: The Dwarf Wars

Narrated by: Patrick Montello
Length: 5 hrs and 25 mins
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Long ago and far away,
A lonely angel lost his way
Sent from heaven on a mission he came,
Sent by Gabriel to Camelot's flames  

To find and bury King Arthur's gem,
Under the stones that men call henge
One day he met a lady fair,
And became enamored by her auburn hair 

A touch a kiss he broke his vow,
For to love a mortal is not allowed
In her eyes he found true love,
But forbidden it was from up above

Two sons to him she one day bore,
In secret vale on Ireland's shores
For his sin an Archangel came,
To take him to prison head bowed in shame 

Without angelic father his sons grew no more,
Their children's children waved from shore
As half-angel sons sailed far away,
To paradise where the Menehune play 

For a time they found love once more
On the beaches of Hawaii's shores
On Maui were buried side by side,
Their second wives while children cried 

They took the gem and sailed far away,
At first all was calm upon gentle waves
The sun was warm, their spirits high,
Their sorrow faded where gulls fly 

The gem can find the sons of morn
The eleven seek the one forlorn T
hen Satan came and winds did blow,
The ship was tossed to and fro 

Upon sharp rocks the timbers did break,
Cold water rushed in, their bodies did shake
All seemed lost, they began to pray,
They held the gem towards the end of day 

Red light shot down to an ancient one,
Now awoke the fourth born son
Up from the deep from beneath the sea,
A Son of the Morning their plight did see 

He bore them up upon a wave,
He showed them mercy, their lives he saved
Now was battle like none before,
Two Sons of Morning on distant shores 

Mountains rose and islands fell
For mighty is the King of Hell
The dragon of the oceans fought fiercely,
But Leviathan fled from the Lord of the Sea 

Amongst the Inuit where polar bears run
Brother's found love in the midnight sun
Even in mortals with angel's blood,
They one day grow old since the Great Flood....

©2018 Robert Kenneth Wheeler Jr. (P)2018 Robert Kenneth Wheeler Jr.

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I think it's an amazing book for teenagers and young children and adults I adored this book it was incredible and I will give this book to my cousin and my nephew the book is just incredible and I think it's very important to listen about tolerance and family and mercy it was very very good and interesting
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did not enjoy the reading it added nothing

did not enjoy the reading it added nothing to the story i struggled to finish