Howdy folks. I'd like to share one I just cooked up. It's called, "the fool."
Isn’t it better to play to fool over the mime?
Isn’t a jester, more noble than a bumbling clown?
What gold has silence earned you?
Isn’t a loud mouth more fun to have?
It’s good to pay attention to everyone that has the king’s ear, isn’t it.
A silvered tongue in the mouth of a fool in the ears of a king worth more than any alchemist’s gold.
Some wisdom is older than man.
That wisdom comes not from memories not in the head, but in the very DNA that makes you.
Wasn’t it foolish to ruin paradise?
Don’t we do it every day?
What's really changes?
Who’s had the king’s ear all these years?
A silver tongued fool with more money than sense turned a playground into a parking lot.
Turned something into something else that destroys something else for something else’s sake and something else has to happen for something else again to once again stop something else that some one else started and no one else has stopped.
Repetition has never worked to create something new.
Has anyone ever known happiness in a loop?
But even if you try to repeat something else
What differences did you bring
Did you change a fools performance into gold?
Who’s the alchemist after all?
Where did all this gold come from?
Foolish foolish fools and their foolish foolish goals. Foolish gilded ghoulish goals of gains and gold and gore for gold and gold for gore.
Chicken or the egg.
Blood shed is the end.
Does which came first matter?
Not if it is never made right.