Psalm of New Jersey
Now my friends it is time to bring you back to the reality
of the present time. I know, I originally said this magazine is strictly
AD&D/Fantasy, but I couldn't resist placing this little ditty in the
hallowed pages of Legends. Besides, I'm the editor
The writer of this fabulous piece is unknown. But I credit
its discovery to my friend, Dirk Weber.
So, I end the first issue of Legends with something totally
contradictory with what it is based on, but so what
I hope you enjoyed
Legends Issue 1, and without further adieu, I bring you "Ode to Florio."
Ode to Florio
Jim Florio is my shepherd, I shall not want.
me beside the still factories.
He restoreth my doubt in New Jersey
He guideth me to the path of unemployment.
He anointeth my
wage with freeze.
So my expenses runneth over my income.
and hard living shall
Follow in this administration,
And I shall live
in a rented house forever.
5000 years ago, Moses said, "Pack your camel,
Pick up your shovel, mount your ass, and I will
Lead you to the
5000 years later, F.D. Roosevelt said, "Lay
shovel, sit on your ass, and light up
A Camel. This is the Promised Land."
Today, Jim Florie will tax your shovel, sell your
Camel, kick your ass,
and tell you that the
Promised Land is in Japan.
I am glad I am an American,
I am glad I am free.
I will I were a little dog,
And Jim Florio was a tree.