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As we duel with sword and shield,
Who will win and who should yield?
For the love of a beautiful maiden we fight.
Her skin as of silk may I never lose sight
I thrust and parry to win her hand.
The most beautiful in all the land.
I would rather die than to live without you,
The only one in this world who is true.

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The following comments are for "Chivalry"
by Colwyn


I absolutely loved this one. Reminds me of all sorts of sweetness having to do with love and times of old. I love Ren fairs also which may have something to do with why I liked this poem so much, that and the fact that it in itself is awesome!


( Posted by: Drastine [Member] On: October 11, 2002 )

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