a poem of thrones

Sorrow we’ve inflicted, doing what we must

All we say in self-defense is “better them than us”


Kingdom without honor, decency or trust

Ruled by madmen from the loins of siblings locked in lust


Hunger we’ve evaded, living off their backs

Fall below our notice til the day the mob attacks


Fates we have avoided, onto others thrust

Blade that we have lived by soon could turn on us


Cosmos without meaning, kingdoms brought to dust

Sorrow we’ve inflicted, soon it will be us

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