. A White Knight a triolet With fires of hope and spirit bright, who will stand up for what is just thence set our country all alight with fires of hope and spirit bright? A hero true, a great white knight a person worthy of our trust with fires of hope and spirit bright who will stand up for what is just. . . Never To Wend This Road Again Long endless days of fantasies, dark nights so full of mysteries, a sheltered life devoid of pain--- Never to wend this road again. A life, a world, begins to dawn, the ploys of youth are now all gone, along with sunshine, there is rain--- Never to wend this road again. A mind and heart with feelings warm, emotions now a painful storm, and lies of love I could not feign--- Never to wend this road again. Through all the twists and turns of life, both joyful days and times of strife, those years long past were not in vain--- Never to wend this road again. So much, so much, now in the past, the days now seem to go so fast that memories begin to wane--- Never to wend this road again. . . Phil S. Rogers is a sixth generation Vermonter, age 72, now retired, and living in Texas. He served in the United States Air Force and had a career in real estate and banking. He previously published Everlasting Glory, a historical work that tells the story of each of the men from Vermont that was awarded the Congressional Medal Of Honor during the Civil War.