(The departing in marriage is a sad story which announces all different kinds of penalties, and with many types of on-side kicks, unsportsman-like conduct, and late hits.)
...Eland fought Lion...Eland!? Penality One day you will look To me, and I'll be gone; One day you will look To see my sores and brawn; To feel my lion words; To creep into my covers And cook your fever against my sherds— Playing we are lovers; But I'll be quiet in my tomb Digging with the earth worm While you cry softly in a room, Trying to think my last term. You will look to my meanings, Absent your former leanings And quickly curse your stiffened lip That I was often right, so hip. Then you must look into the dawn, But I'll be hid by the tree; You will look for me, And, yes, I'll be gone.