Frederick - Poem by Morgan Michaels
astraddle his white charger, quite
a figure, once, on the battlefield,
Now grown old
he mopes about the palace
in slippers, if he can find them,
barefoot, if he can't,
complaining about the dust
harassing the staff.
Still, he bristles
at the sight of braid, red and blue-gold.
and, a shako, of course;
I'd leave the place, forthwith,
but he is, after all, king.
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