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Eave’s dropping in the dinning hall,
Where secrets told to one and all.
Plans that have been so well kept,
Through great precautions to protect.
The malevolent man will destroy,
The very thing meant to bring joy.
He heard too much from the dining hall,
If not stopped he will ruin all.
No one knows behind the mask,
And no one ever dares to ask.
Their wits too narrow for them to see,
He’s posing in their company.
Asking their king for what to do,
He tells them his thoughts completely through.
The men of honor disagree,
And so each of them form a new party.
One follows the king, the others themselves.
One bound to the king, the others’ to Hell.
One group follows a fool, the other is quite wise,
Looking upon the other group, both of them despise.
The wise advice assists in success,
While the fools’ plans end in arrest.
Only to find a peculiar thing,
That the malevolent man was their fool king.
And so something they came to realize,
Was that their true king was very wise.
And for the fools that encouraged lies and deceit,
I pray will result as all their kinds’ defeat.
For the king’s rulings are wise from day to day,
How do you think he became the king anyway?



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The following comments are for "Praise the King"
by ArturHawking

Intresting
It's poetry telling a story. It's both! Very entertaining and intresting, well written.

( Posted by: Denna [Member] On: October 21, 2007 )





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