Saturday, April 3, 2010

In Honor of National Poetry Month...


Thou embark'st on a course for the tower,
Dinh's ka-tet pays haste to the beam;
Thou doth pursue the man in black,
The key to it all, the number nineteen.

Through doors thou pass to where and when;
O guardians, thy beam payeth heed.
A rose shall be much more than a rose
And 'neath it all, lies the number nineteen.

Gaze thine eyes on Maerlyn's magical balls–
Bends o' the Rainbow, have thou seen?
Through Mid-World to End-World, thou travel'st
Sai Roland Deschain's ka-tet of nineteen.


Louie Magooey said...

Love the poem...........
Love the photo........

Love Cheryl

Anonymous said...

What a kewl post. Didn't understand the poem all that much only that the number 19 was mentioned alot! Oh yeah...we spied that number on your shirt, too!