In one I was wounded, brittle with fright.
In two I joined rank, for my life I would fight.
In camp, on rota, I dedicated my might.
In session, in fun, my poet-tree would delight.
In three I found me, antler, horn and bite.
Now towards the end, the reason is in sight.
By Simon Blackler
Copyright © Simon Blackler 2021
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