Eulogy for common sense

We prayed this hour would never come

And so this hymn I sing and hum

The dearly departed

That may often leave

Escaping from those with eyes

That rightly and readily see

You transcend this humble and earthly place

The doctrines of reason now exalted with tamber and grace

The burdens you fought are now remorsefully embraced

For the impoverished minds that wear this sullen and blank face

Be free to roam

The heavenly sphere

We humans with challenges

Will always have fear

I would be remiss to not say

We are in your eternal debt

As you travel away from us

We must surely and passionately regret