EVE Fiction



Ivy League
#1 - 2017-01-12 17:59:44 UTC
The poem below was one we all learned at school, and boy did we like reciting it. It was only later that I discovered that the poem was responsible for innumerable diplomatic incidents and at least two wars.

Always deploy poetry with caution, always point it towards the enemy, and ensure that any collateral damage is covered by a comprehensive insurance policy. Do not risk Concord intervention by deploying poetry in an inappropriate manner in high security space. You have been warned.

There once was a young Amarr,
Who wished to travel afar,
On this long plod, he ended up in his pod,
Because he'd been shot by a dastardly Minmitar.

Sadly the poets name has been lost to history, or he decided to leave his name off for fear of retribution. That's history for you.

This was sourced from the Mostly Innacurate Archives, whose location is kept secret.

The voices in my head told me to post this. Mind you they also tell me to buy chocolate, so it can't all be bad.

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