UNM (Day's of The Past, Present, Future. / Southern United States)

Queens Protect Kings

Not unlike chess
the queen runs
the board
some times
it's a mess.

Be side every king
is a queen.

As pawns are likened
to children
one spends them not
in vanity
for when the pawn
does cross said
board
it is never a king
the other ever
asks for.

Wise counsel to side
does bishop bring
to her ear.

The castles bring up
the flank of the queen
to offer safe haven
to those she
holds dear.

The knights from such a queen
whom is wise
discourses a courier
not in disguise
to keep her kingdom
safe and secure
she is wise.

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