The Madman and The Lunatic
When the madman and the lunatic met in a formal feast
They spoke of logic and the frequencies of the moon
"I will conquer the world" said the lunatic "fairly soon!"
"Without a doubt, but be warned" my suave blue-blooded beast
"You will scorch the Earth and crush its people in vain,
The order is singular; even though the moon succeeds
The Great King Sun shall always hold the Earth's reign
The opal evening glow is a lie which the frail eye of Man needs.
"I shall hoist the colors of the glorious moonlit sky
I shall weave the lunar sphere on my herald and banner"
"Man was born to be free ever since he wondered "why?"
You will be a tyrant and a ruler of a crude manner."
"What does a man know of the the world; what wisdom
does possess he- who cowardly dwells in an urn?
"More than a boy will ever know of his own kingdom
who holds birth right to all things men ought to earn.
Despised is he who casts shadows on his fellow man
Step away from the sunlight young Alexander!
It is not I who deprived you of your place in the sun
A father's purpose is not to steal their boy's thunder."
Pensive and quiet the lunatic mounted his feral stallion
The madman slipped back inside his vessel of solace
Steel from his duty to righteousbess refusing to face
The maming of countless souls in some pointless battalion.