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The Trouncers
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There was a world—full of joy,
Where everything was to love & enjoy;
Angels used to live there with peace,
They were charming & full of bliss.

The love among them was unselfish & pure,
There unity was grave & unbreakable—for sure;
Above all of them, there was a Queen,
To care about them & to maintain discipline.

One day, the storm came there in anger,
That separated them all & put in danger;
They all then cried for others with fear,
But the devil didn’t keep them near.

Then in their minds, one thought came in,
When born to stand out, then why fit in?
After that realization, they stood once again,
And started to fight ignoring all the pain.

The unity worked & they destroyed the storm,
They met again—with a new warmth;
They put out the fear from them like bouncers,
Those braves are now known as The Trouncers.
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