A fierce she-goat named Hilary roars,
Northward bound, she rages and soars.
Mexico, California, brace tight and warm,
In her path, a resounding storm.

Fire hares quick as a football field,
Around quiet Yellowknife, they wield.
Water-snake extends his lengthy spine,
Fires threatening, he helps confine.

The past lord opts for a hermit's seclusion,
From the hawk's debate, he seeks exclusion.
Maybe, with the fox Tucker he'll unite,
In the moon's glow, they'll converse the night.

by Guillemette de Ventadour

a centaur