Oh, why don't we let somebody else try and work off of that if they like? This has been a fun diversion, but I really
must get back to composing stuff for submissions to publications.
(I've got two poems in the works right now, I should start working on prose as well, and
there's a brand new horror publication that just opened for submissions. This place wants atmosphere, twists and frights, not gore and profanity. It sounds right up my alley; I tend to write horror with the same sensibilities as the Victorian and Edwardian horror writers. If I can come up with something, I want to submit there soon.)
Though, it is nice to take a bit of a break from the "serious" stuff and do something just for fun. And I couldn't resist composing something inspired by the effigies in the Temple Church!
"I'm going to do what the warriors of old did. I'm going to recite poetry!" Andrew of Armar.