Pratheek Praveen Kumar in Calm Reflections
Malcolm - Poem by Pratheek Praveen Kumar in Calm Reflections
The virtuous true heir to Scotland,
Who was exiled by Macbeth's hand,
Who finally regained his throne,
And ruled well as he had sworn.
When his father was killed,
He was with sorrow filled,
And to England he ran,
As from Scotland he was banned.
He then planned his return well,
As he knew he would go through hell,
To get revenge for his father's murder,
This had caused Scotland a lot of bother.
He was known to be good,
One always knew where he stood,
And was honest throughout,
He put Macbeth to rout.
A great king he became,
After Macbeth he tamed,
Considerate and great,
He was a king-saint.
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