Okay - as promised, a Thrawn poem. A very Disobedient Thrawn poem. [Based on "Disobedience"] Pride comes before a Fall (A poem that deals with the touchy subjects of art and disobedience) Mitth'raw'nuruodo, Commonly known as Thrawn, Took great Pride in the Empire, Though Palpy aroused his scorn. Thrawn, Thrawn Said to the Emperor, "Emperor," he said, said he: "Let me impart my knowledge of art as a weapon for victory." Emperor Palpatine ranted, "Nobody lectures me!" Emperor Palpatine panted: "Down with art history!" He called his Sycophants to him And issued a grim decree. "The Unknown Regions beckon those who think they know more than me." Mitth'raw'nuruodo, Briefed his loyal Noghri. Mitth'raw'nuruodo, Invited old Palps to tea. Mitth'raw'nuruodo, Said to his troops, said he: "Either he'll start to appreciate art or he'll meet his destiny." The Holonet Had an announcement, "DEATH STAR TWO DESTROYED: EMPEROR PALPATINE'S BODY CAST INTO THE VOID! LAST SEEN TUMBLING DOWNWARDS SPIRALLING GRACEFULLY. WHAT A PITY HE STRAYED THE ENDOR WAY WHILST ON HIS WAY TO TEA." Mitth'raw'nuruodo, Commonly known as Thrawn, Told the Other Grand Admirals Not to be too forlorn. Mitth'raw'nuruodo Said to some Chiss he knew: "When people refuse to pay heed to the Muse - well what can anyone do?" (Now then, very softly) Mitth'raw'nuruodo, Admiral Exemplary, Took great Pride in the E***** And its supremacy. Admiral T***** Said to the E******: "E*****," he said, said he: "Kindly-let-me-impart-my-knowledge-of-art-as-a-weapon-for-victory."