A Rogue's Adventure Through dungeons fell and halls so grim, I sleuth, I sneak, in silence creep, Further searching through the dim For treasures hidden in the deep. Rings slid from skeletal hands, I want them so, they need them less. Ignore the Goddess' quaint commands, Her petty gifts do not impress. I run as sharp-nosed diggles chase, Whilst plundering their nests of grime, Stolen yolk drips down my face, A statue falls - heroic crime! A locked chest makes my eyebrows twitch, Inviting thoughts of precious plunder, Will I be gifted, will I be rich? No! A monster bursts from under! I sneak, I snitch, I trap, I shoot, Unfair tactics at their best, But all are vain, my powers mute, As the horror slashes 'cross my chest. I flee! The nearest door compels, I hope for route to safe belows, But ah, beyond a zoo of madness dwells! Hope dies first, body follows.