DISCLAIMER: The Star Trek characters are the property of Paramount Studios, Inc. The poem is the creation and property of Caroline Nixon and is copyright (c) 1980 by Caroline Nixon.
Proud Vulcan, take care of this logic you prize,
Beware the fond female with eloquent eyes.
She'll praise your efficiency, flatter your mind
And lull your suspicions of frail woman-kind--
Ah, frail woman-kind.
Oh heed not her words, or you'll never retain
The delicate balance that now rules your brain.
The wisdom of Surak shall comfort you not,
When your rhyme and your reason are gone and forgot--
Ah, gone and forgot.
With skillful fingers and kisses of fire,
She'll rouse your cold body to molten desire
And, Starfleet and duty flown clean from your head,
You'll stay there for good in the warmth of her bed--
Ah, warmth of her bed.