“True manhood revels nought
In the waging of war
Or the weaselling of wealth.
A real man revels in cosmic ponderings
Cultivates a magnificent moustache
And, above all other things
Endeavours to realize a world
More beautiful, gentle and kind
Than the one he received”
~ The Banjoman, Lord of Limbo
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Gentler than Capitalism
More inspiring than Communism
Were the Three Grand Traditions of Limbo
Revere liberty was one
Never raise an angry hand was another
But the highest rule of all
Was keep less for yourself
Than you give to others
“Any one can get rich. But you’re not truly rich until you can give away more than you keep.” The Banjoman tipped his bowler hat. The flare from his amethyst eyes lent a peculiar hue to his crimson gunslinger moustache.
“When we all give more than we take, we are living the mystical truth of all reality.” Suddenly, he was on his feet. The magic banjo on his back struck a dramatic chord.
“Over billions of years, across billions of planes and worlds, few have listened.
And it really is all just as simple as that.”
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We walk a dirt-road sunset
‘Gainst a jagged gold cornfield
There! Venus shines again
Into the pink of rising night
“I wonder,” she says
“If the people walking there
Up here in their sky.”