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Ruling the Roost

Compiled by Members of the 124th Editorial Board

By Joshua A. Kaufman

It seems that the Governor

From the Class of '66,

Returning from Washington,

Has opted to 86

His bid for the Land of Sun.

"The private sector," he says,

"It is my game-like chess or

Squash, though it's not quite the same.

As a last resort, it sure

Beats the State House. There's no shame."

"I was spotted yesterday

Waltzing Mass. Ave near the Square.

I have come home to roost in

My own neck of the woods where

Jesse Helms ain't calling me 'Sin.'"

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