The north-east corner
Arriving in the Temple’s north-east corner we finally meet,
I have but one thought ,is this a man of morals I now greet,
of a character I have sought.
I therefore call upon you to give some mark of your favour,
even some small coin, or choose gentle kindness to waiver
and your integrity purloin.
I’m pleased you would gladly give, if you were not now poor,
that your heart would melt, if those at life’s low ebb you saw,
now their pain you’ve felt.
We do not seek to embarrass you or with your feelings sport,
our intent is pure, remember the lesson you’ve just been taught
and help poor souls endure.