Some days I'm weary
Most times I'm hungry
It's rare that I'm worried at all.
As long as I sit here,
Not up on that cross,
I don't have too far to fall.
For the last shall be first,
The first shall be last
And the cow shall break free from her stanchion.
When looking for martyrs,
Those who suffer by man,
In modernity, search in a mansion.
Be calm, modern magi,
O, wisest of men,
O, scholar! astronomer! preacher!
In the last days of reversal,
Prophesied long ago,
It's right Joe Scarborough's a teacher.
MODESTY, n. The pride of a king, majesty of a pauper and the principle virtue of a critic.
A Lenten prayer: To the faithful, strength, to the hopeful, patience, and to the unsaved, may the LORD bless you with deafness.
LENT, n. The Holy season observed by repentance of sin and the affliction of neighbors.