Bernard Franklin

Rookie (14 Aug- 1958 / Bath, Somerset)

A Knight To Remember - Poem by Bernard Franklin

With his promise’s made, and commitment shown,
he stood his ground to dare.
For his courage was high and his morals were strong,
this man from who knows where.
With his shoulders so broad and inner strength,
his heart was open and bare.
By compassion he lived, and with valour he fought,
this man from who knows where.
His body was ready for fight or flight,
for his foe’s he didn’t care.
With God’s armour as his shield he rode,
this man from who knows where.

Her honour had meant so much to him,
so he’d protect each strand of her hair.
For the evil’s of the world meant nought,
to the man from who knows where.
As he spread his wings around her soul,
to save this filly so fair.
He cut her pain away from her,
this man from who knows where.
The noble love he had for her,
was clean and strong and rare.
For she was dependant on this mystery man,
the man from who knows where.

With her troubles halved then halved again,
it seemed to her not fair.
That the fear she’d had transferred to him,
the man from who knows where.
As time went by she trusted him,
for they made a perfect pair.
The past was gone and the future was bright,
for the man from who knows where.
In each others arms before they died,
with their eyes locked deep in stare.
An eternal kiss they held at last,
this couple from who knows where.

No longer trapped, their spirits soared,
two souls fast became a pair.
The infinity of time before them stood,
for these spirits from who knows where.

(For all damsels in distress)

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 31, 2010



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