Upon life's loud and gaudy stage
Occasionally appears a sage.
Whose words are so profound and strong,
He goes unnoticed in the throng:
But if one ear should catch the theme
And mould it to a future dream,
The cast may be a golden key
To unlock doors eternally.
And when the doors are opened wide,
The cast will see and step inside,
And decorate stage
From which they may ignore the sage.