Warrior Creed

The Warrior

The warrior steps onto the battlefield of life
Armed only with knowledge and pride
The warrior will be valiantly standing
When others have withered and died.

When surrounded by the trails of life
The warrior looks fear in the eye
Knowing no matter how awful it gets
This too shall pass the warrior by.

The warrior trained hard and learned much
In the walls of a warrior school
Guided by warrior trainers
And lived by the warriors rules.

Respect for yourself is the first rule
That's part of the warrior's creed
The warrior continually shows this respect
Not only in word but in deed.

Respect for others to another
For one thing the warrior knows
That it's through the strengthening of others
The warrior's own power grows.

Respect for property is the final rule
Lived by the warrior with pride
Knowing how you must treat your surroundings
It is a reflection of what is inside.

The warrior stands out from the others
On this battlefield we call life
It's easy to tell one who walks, talks, and acts
With nothing but warrior pride.

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