In fair Greece, a leader stands accused,
Of tarnished fame, the rules of law abused.
In sacred trust, he vowed to mend their wrongs,
Yet veil of scandal now on him belongs.

In lands of Zealand, swift a change unfolds,
The government's purse looser to beholds.
Stimulus they grant, yet bold this may seem,
Harsh response by central banks may dream.

In realms of West, sanctions dost expand,
On Russia's military, energy, they stand.
United efforts forth, with allies strong,
To curb their power, ere the right turns wrong.

by Brother Arnulfus

a centaur