Come, Shield and Charger
Set yourself to steel; a shield is needed
And we can have no spike against the hand,
No weakness to bring harm to the bearer,
Or Death will have a merry feast this war.
Your troop is doubting, and are they correct?
Come, Charger – leader of the family – ,
It is time to ride to battle, and prove
That, though with faltered step, you lead with love.
Single verse about education and different learning approaches taken up by different people.
Perveying the bookland battlefield
Brings to a General reaction:
The Napoleonic conqueror;
Xanderian commanding faction;
Montgomery; one Gilgamesh;
We all have ways to fight through this mess.
Two quick questions:
Is that how we should spell ‘perveying’?
My history is weaker than it should be and from what I recall it works, but was Gilgamesh a General or at least a leader of men?
Haven’t seen a cloud today,
It’s been a blue sky always.
Windless whispers don’t travel
In the calm before the storm.