"Ode to My Enemies"
You asked for it . . . I've found a few scattered bits of "Ode to My Enemies"
laying around (the copies Dirk distributed were quickly shredded and used for
tadmon bedding). Here's some of what I can still make out. The
aesthetic quality is similar to . . . well, to put it delicately, similar to
what the tadmon are using it for. ; )
Read at your own risk. Don't say I didn't warn you . . . .
"I think that I shall never see
A sight that is as sweet to me
As that of you, good Prince, run through
Upon my sword; I swear to you
Your Princess will have cause to sob --
You'll be a Greystone shish kebab."
"Forsooth, it is a happy fate
Your foes all to decapitate
They should have quit, a wise man said
Ere the day they were a head."
It gets worse . . . if there are any hard-core masochists among you who want
to see more of it, let me know and I'll dig deeper into the tadmon bedding. ; )
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