Talks of peace, stalled on Gaza's mend,
A goat and dog in struggle's end.
Dire orders bade, to narrower land confine,
In strife, the snail leaves no gentle sign.

In Dubai's high court, the world convenes,
To curb the poison from the ravines.
Upon the hare and hound, a promise does rely,
The U.S. curbs the fumes that foul the sky.

The magistrates, a tax law weigh,
On profits gleaned from foreign bay.
Like rabbits chased by dogs, through endless power,
A challenge stands in the Supreme tower.

by Guillemette de Ventadour

a centaur