Lets Go To Lodge

Discussion in 'Poetry and Words of Wisdom' started by Blake Bowden, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    Let's Go To Lodge Tonight

    My brother, let's go to Lodge tonight;
    You haven't been for years.
    Let's don our Lambskin Apron white
    And sit among our peers.

    I feel a kind of longing, see,
    to climb those creaky stairs;
    I know it'll be a thrill for me
    to lay aside my cares.

    We'll meet the Tyler at the door
    and though he'll hesitate,
    we'll hear him say just as before,
    "Come in or you'll be late."

    I'd like to get out on the floor--
    Come on, let's get in line;
    I want to face the East once more
    And give the same old sign.

    I want to hear the gavel rap
    the Craftsmen to attention
    and see the Master don his cap;
    a night without dissention.

    So come! Pass up that picture show,
    or your wrestling bout or fight;
    Switch off that TV set! Let's go!
    Let's go to Lodge tonight.

    (author unknown)
     

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