The five-strong party soon regrouped
Their questing spirits hadn’t drooped
The angel’s words had warmed their souls
Just like an engine fueled with coals.
Although they might not share her creed
They’d call on her in times of need,
To combat forces of despair,
Despondency must best beware.
Bus as for now they had to plot
A course towards their Camelot,
For only there would they then find
The quest that brought their stars aligned.
They’d heard it said it lay due north
So on that heading they set forth;
Yet hadn’t even hit their stride
When desert stretched horizon-wide.
They stopped a while to have a think
(And also have a little drink),
Outside a tavern thought a myth:
The Adega on 45th.
While pondering, something quite bizarre
Passed quickly by – a yellow car!
They watched it speed off ‘cross the land,
It vanished like a grain of sand.
“Hey, yellow car!” Ser Salmon yelled
Transfixed by what he had beheld;
“We can afford to go explore
If we’ve a car or 4×4.”
Such transportation there was not
Yet somehow they had near forgot:
The camel camels by the tree,
Just perfect for this territory.
To cross the arid, desolate waste
Could not be done by day in haste,
So when dusk fell they took their steeds
To brave the dust and tumbleweeds.
While navigating overnight
“La Stella” was their guiding light,
Their polestar leading them towards
Their epic win, their great rewards.
As dawn approached they made their camp
Before the sun could blaze its stamp;
They slept all day until it set,
Then mosied on without its threat.
This pattern carried on for days
From waning light to morning haze;
The desert’s kingdom seemed immense,
The end of it they could not sense.
Yet end it did when on a ridge
They spied below a rainbow bridge;
There guarding it was Whiskey Jack,
A gruesome golem, marble black.
Now Mister Jack was quite the brute,
Misconduct, mayhem, his strong suit;
But snores told them the golem slept,
So cross the bridge the party crept.
And lo, what do you think they found
When once again on solid ground?
Yes after they had been to roam
Their path had led them all back home.