Each man is an empire,
Each insult is an attack.
Laughs many thee takes,
Diverse arts thou appreciates.
Sobre conversations thee loves,
as thee welcomes the wisdom.
Such an empire thee rules,
Befriends which, nations alike,
To rejoice with, in happy times.
Rage thee takes only from within,
Advice though, from courtisans able,
as thee promptly corrects thou's errs.
Stones many the walls may take,
superficial and miniscule,
For thou practices forgiveness.
However, the imminent challenge when comes,
Thee might forget the skill to calmen,
For the empire, thee holds dear.
War must ensue, defend thee must,
Save the state, he holds at stake.
Win each, validates thou's supremacy,
Teaching, each loss does, only to resurrect.
For, Each man is an empire,
And, Each insult is an attack.