Only A Fool - Poem by Daegal
Only a fool believes his kingdom would last a thousand years,
But in truth should it surely fall and drown in regret’s tears.
Only a fool would smile happily in the face of all his foes,
Yet he bleeds upon the thorns of a wilted, blighted rose.
Only a fool could write his feelings in the stone of empires great,
When all it takes is misplaced love to tear down his estate.
Only a fool can kill an honest man and look him in the eyes,
For he knows that someday, somewhere, they’ll meet again in skies.
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