My Lady - Poem by Dee Main
You are My Lady and I your willing Knight.
You brighten my world with your loving light.
If you would but request it of me,
My life I would lay down for thee.
All of your foes I will gladly slay,
All of your fears I will bravely allay.
For I am your Knight, your willing slave.
With all of my love, your road I will pave.
If you would but ask, I'd quietly die,
Just to see you smile and never cry.
You are my everything, My Lady true,
Your humble servant does all for you.
I set you up on a pedestal of great height,
For my heart in your hand is held so tight.
You are My Lady, my one concern,
Know that it's for you that I yearn.
If ever you doubt my feelings so true,
Ask and I will gladly spout them for you.
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