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O Brave Knight

O Brave Knight
By kennethcook on 02/06/2013
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The slayer of one thousand dragons.
Heralded throughout the land.
Beloved by all the fair maidens.
Worshipped by all the young boys.
Praised by all who proclaimed his name.

O brave knight:
with your shining silver armor,
your sword of sharp, glistening steel,
your heart of unconquerable courage,
your noble steed with flowing white mane,
and your undaunted iron-will.

O brave knight:
How then did such a tragedy come to pass?
She stood before you with her silky golden locks,
her soul-capturing eyes of azure-sky, icy blue,
her long satin gown of shimmering rainbow colors,
and her heart-melting, angel-shaming, divine face.

Slain like a bleeding dragon, crawling in the black mud.
Disgraced as a wanton bastard throughout the land.
Despised from jealous rage by all the fair maidens.
Hated and mocked by all the disenchanted young boys.
Scorned by all, as the weak, cowardly traitor
who sold his sacred honor for the love of a woman.
Driven to his groveling knees by the fiery song of the siren.
Shriveled in the shadow of the warrior-destroying goddess.

Kenneth Norman Cook

By kennethcook On 2/6/2013 8:49:55 AM

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