Of faltering realms and work unbent,
Where companies in twilight dwell,
And layoff's haunting ethers quell,
As looming storms o'er yonder swell.

A hero's tale, a fame that whispers,
Of Bob the Huggins, coach of misters,
And yet despair doth grip him fast,
For vile arrest his name is lashed.

A dreary strand by ignorant youth,
In newfound halls their manners proof,
As office ways they grasp but naught,
A tale of woe and lessons taught.

by Æthelred the Skald

a centaur