The Dead Steeds
The Dead Steeds
As I, you, mine, and Yours enjoy our comfort respite
A common name, as such it should be
A trip to the local bakery
A Saturday spent at the Market
An evening, the two of us
Or perhaps with friends
Lying on the couch, gazing haphazardly at a film on a smaller screen
A short cup of coffee at the local Brewery
With promises of smiles at the Hearth, for,
As chance would have it
Ale is stocked in plenty
Though none should be surprised
‘tis the fortune of the Present
To bask in warmth
Either our own or with another, or with plenty of others!
We probably should not forget the toil of Old
But what greater honor can we give the Old
Than to revel in the same Hovel they helped to create!
What greater glory can we give the Old
Than to excise Pleasure, Sin, Virtue, Vice, Decadence, Temperance
From the same Hallowed Ground upon which they fell
And through no imaginary means
A cask of Ale, taken from a local store
A few nibbles of snacks
And Amicable company; the most important I’ll say
Is all that is needed to make a Paradise
Regardless of origins
Would that not be the token?
The Honor we give to, not only our Old
But to the Earth we stand on?
Aye, improvements are present all around
Aye, Modifications are present
Aye, A few could use a stick to the head
Aye, there be bickering in false dead ends
But at the conclusion
Is this not what has been the continuation!?
We cannot be of all like mind
It would not work!
As we hold fast
So too do others hold
Dare we challenge their hold?
Or do we engage with Reason
As our Old have taught us by their Blood
Simple musings, the answer is clear
Grab a beer
And take care dear
Since that stead
May lead you beyond Fear
And to a Paradise Dear.
Sired and Inspired by:
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