- KING EDWARD VIII and
W
ALLIS SIMPSON -
What strange allure dost thou possess
 Behind thy face of stone
 Which deftly snares a monarch's heart
And lures him from his throne?

Thy charms were oft denied by some
 Who heard tradition's voice,
Yet in his heart true love prevailed
 And thus removed his choice.

"God and Country," nevermore;
 Together forced to roam
And dwell in castles far away
 To make thyselves a home.

In difference to naysayers' gloom,
 Or false accountings penned,
He lived and died in thy embrace
 And loved you 'till the end.