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Out of the East a terrible beast Came to Sparkle Town With evil eyes and a wingspan wide, Its master wore a crown-- Once of men but never again a Nazgul sat astride The humungus beast, with evil reach, darkness by his side. What was needed then in this town of men was a hero to come forth. And who do you think roused from his drink to champion them but a dwarf! Brave Pacal came down to the heart of the town and let out a mighty roar. No fear could you find in his bloodshot eyes, just alchohol and Reorx. His axe he could feel so he held up his shield And removed his leather belt; And then like a whip, he hit with the tip, The evil Nazgul's whelp. With such a spanking, a fight he was making, And Sparkle wondered aloud What the Nazgul would do now that he knew The dwarf was uncowed. A horrible note came from the throat Of the wicked king so fell. Mighty Pacal found himself on the ground under the weight of the spell! But his shield was stronger and his beard was longer Than the skeletal demon being's His axe was sharper and his belt was thicker Than the hissing undead king's. He said, "I am Neidar and as you can see here I'm not afraid of the Earth. My dad was a miner and what you will find here Is that I like the dirt. Plus I am so short, you son of an Orc, That I'm practically already on it. Now will you defeat Lady Gu And Reorx, you blood-drinking hobbit!" Then Pacal arose and looked down his nose At the quaking black-robed figure. He raised his axe and gave such a whack That opened quite a fissure In the skull of king, a great bloody thing, and that my friends was that. The servant of Melkor was no longer welcome and Pacal headed back To the pub for some grub and to drink for the day While all Sparkle town and the Donut around Praised his valliant display.