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Troubled Tribulations

What's the Woe with Will BeGaun?
Why does he lament?
What news could he
might have heard,
to wreak of such portent.
Will's a wirey, spritely lad,
and he ever has been so.
What then could have gone so wrong,
to lay his spirits low?
My bet that love
in this had hand,
to sour so his moods.
For he sits alone
with just his ale,
and mumbles as he broods.
What's the word with Will BeGaun?
My life long mate and chum.
I've just the thing
to cheer him up,
I'll swap his Ale for Rum.

W. A. Mogollon

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