“Look” Said The Prince

“Look,” said the prince,
“A poet there sits.
A poet, how quaint.
His words are of love,
Of wooing and romance,
Of warm summer suns and sweet winter moons.
How quaint, a poet.”

But the poet in question
Was deep in depression.
His words were of blood,
Of longing for death,
Of chill summer moons and harsh winter suns.
Yet the prince walked away with a smile that day.

And the poet was glad
To have pleased an
Innocent
Mind
Holding
Power.
And his life remained
Another day.

November ’04

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