Regarded a commoner at birth
Thus lacking in royal blood
Ascribing an Egyptians true worth
As by means of prudence prosperity floods
To live on borrowed time with a grande legacy befitting a king
Footprint’s incapable of being filled
From a prominent rise to a distant demise
Beheld as a mere seed multiplies though witnessed heirs to the domain die
To one’s most beloved dreaded goodbye
But as his structures of grandeur the pharaoh remains
The highest of titles attained on account of greatness rarely seen
Mountains carved in reverence, in awe as if visually deceived
Beyond the tales in eternity chiseled the name the great Ramses.

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