Ode to Henry, Hank, McCoy
"I am what I am", and what I am is not a man but a beast, a beast with the heart of a good man, the intellect and strength of man, each in tenfold.
You thought your ancestors were pompous,
so thought your companion, Martha, of you.
Though it is true you are far superior,
you above all should know not to know it.
With age should come experience.
With experience, especially those most painful, should come wisdom.
You've, also, had many experiences pertaining to this arrogance.
Doctor, do you know what happens to those whose superiority gets the best of them?
They meet their down fall at your hands.
Try not to let that happen to the last child of Gallifrey.