Dark Tower Spoilers!
So, I wrote this shortly after finishing reading Stephen King's Dark Tower series, and it's basically a poem about the death of Mordred Deschain, the son of Mia/Susannah and The Crimson King/Roland. If you haven't read the series, Mordred has two mothers and two fathers, as well as two forms, one human, one a giant spider. Mordred dies after following Roland and Susannah across the snowy wastes to the house of Dandelo, where he eats a horse that was dying and becomes ill. Following Roland, Susannah, and their new companion the artist towards the Dark Tower, he gets sicker and sicker, and after Susannah leaves the party he finally seizes his chance to kill his White (or good, as opposed to Red, or bad) father when Roland appoints the artist as watch from severe need to sleep. Mordred is only stopped from killing his White father by Oy's (the billybumbler) sacrifice, and Mordred is shot after assuming his spider shape. His body comes to rest in the burnt out campfire. I took a liberty when I said the horse was sick of a plague caused by the Crimson King; I don't know what she was sick from, I'm not sure that it's mentioned in the book.