Medieval Love Tale

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Inspired by the Operas and tales of Tristan & Isolde and Lohengrin and the tale Romeo & Juliet. True love never dies. :)

Submitted: June 23, 2011

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Visitor
Of every dream
In this fair kingdom
Vast, long and tall
You ride out of the forest
Past the field and the stream
On a white horse
Whenever you call
To entice and seduce me
 
Whenever you are mine
The sun shines in my heart
Whenever our courtship begins
A beautiful far off finch
Sings his song of love
 
At night a minstrel
Strums his lute
Underneath the linden tree
The stars and moon’s beauty
Hold us in a trance
As we gently dance
 
You my dear fair maiden
Are so graceful, enchanting, soft, beautiful
And bright, shinning and inviting
Like the first glorious bloom of spring
That grows fresh, unspoilt and pure
Appearing after the dark harsh unforgiving winter
 
As you give my your soft pale gentle hand
As your gentle soft heart is beating
My fair princess
Placing a golden ring in my hand
I am forever
Your ever loving and eternal prince.
 
By W A Andrews 23/6/2011/
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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