The Golden Ring {Kath}

by | Aug 29, 2009 | Poetry | 0 comments

A magpie stole a wedding ring,
And tucked in underneath its wing.
He flew the trinket to his nest
Then locked it in his treasure chest.
Although, to some, he caused distress,
While others thought him quite the pest.
The magpie, had a role fulfilled-
Though some would have
the poor rogue killed.
What was stolen was soon forgot,
And proper values were, thus, taught.
For if all must centre on one thing,
What little joy true love must bring.


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