King William Wallace


King William Wallace,
Away from his palace
Lived in his own land of wisdom,
Away from his sword
He would write his word,
His enemies' sword would get broken by him
Not with his sword's power
But with the power of his humble words,
His fellow people loved him
But his enemies feared him
More than they feared a spear,
Once Wallace went out for a battle
Without even a weapon or club,
His foes laughed at him
They began to think that Wallace's end was near
But no sooner they attacked they were stopped by a tide of words
The words had power
And all his foes had become friends
And those who didn't had died of heart attack,
So powerful were those words
- Yuboraj Dutta

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This poem celebrates intellectual power over dictatorial ones.