Advise for selecting a quest.
In days of yore when on a quest
One’s mission need not end;
The life-long quest was def. the best
For it made others proffer rest
As place-to-place you’d wend.
The wisest chose a mystic chore,
Fantastic work with tales most sure
To please the idle ear;
A mission fun to hear.
But some had not the artist’s touch
And chose to hunt a such-and-such
That was (let’s face it) dull,
Of boring features full.
The foolish often chose to do
Some finite work that they got through
And thus their quest did end.
But worst of all were those unwise
Whose missions did “portend”;
Their advent e’er a bad surprise,
The locals would avert their eyes
And never rations send.