The posings of a poet.

Father, Son and Wholly Host

Hèlios, el déu Sol, British Museum

Hèlios, el déu Sol




The father has foibles
But don’t all we royals
Greatly he failed
But greatly he tried


The son has his shame
But carries on the name
Greatly he flailed
But greatly he cried


The father is forgiven
But what has been riven
Greatly he assailed
But greatly he sighed


The son has a future
But ’twill need a suture
Greatly he prevailed
But greatly he died


The writer has left
With his ‘tory bereft



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2 thoughts on “Father, Son and Wholly Host

  1. Cleverly expressed version in your poetry ‘tory; let us know if you figure out the answer to the question, ‘Why?’ ?…

  2. Because…. 😉

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