minstrel: Fool's Prayer

Robin Hayes rhayes at powerup.com.au
Sun Aug 10 12:43:10 PDT 1997

At 12:21 09/08/97, you wrote:
>I've always loved this "poem" and it has a special place in my heart -
>especially when I act like I'm king, rather than my real part.
>            The Fool's Prayer
>     by Edward Rowland Sill (1841-87)

Thank you.

Some time ago, Eadwynne of Runedun, Gallavally, Caid forwarded this poem to
me. It has a page of its own on the Fooles Site. I note however, that you
have included the dates of the author's life for which I am grateful. I
will also accredit you on the page for that. If you would like, I will also
happily place you (and any other Fooles who wish) in the Fooles
"Competition" page...

[Babbel] ...although we all know that we really have none...

Quiet Fool!



The Wise doth not oft dispute the Foolishness of the Fool,
 But the Fool doth oft abuse the Wisdom of the Wise.
rhayes at powerup.com.au  http://www.powerup.com.au/~rhayes/
The Virtual Fooles Troupe: http://www.powerup.com.au/~rhayes/vfoolshm.htm

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