The Kopa’s Homecoming

Yesterday we left

To fight your curse; a course

That long had been defeated

‘Twas your clarion noise

That commoners dare not defy


Now are we returned

From toiling your futile errand

Like soldiers retired home

From an expired war; a barren crusade

That long had lost its taste


We’re back; aye! we’ve been returned

From your glorified servitude

And cheers of your notorious labour

From being plagued afore the scorching sun

And the pounding rain that never cease


We’re back; aye! we’re back

To un-pause the life left behind

To continue our narrative existence

We’re back; aye! We’re back

As though we never did leave.




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