The Rusted Knight - Poem by Cybel Bergula
In days of yor
The shining brave knight would ride to distant foreign lands
To fight the hard battle to rescue the fair maiden
After many years of the long travels and distant battles
The slightly rusted knight could no longer ride as far or battle as hard.
One day while scared, tired, and alone sitting on a distant shore
The clouds parted and an angel ascended from on high
She was in a flowing orange gown bright as the sun
With Raven locks floating in the soft breeze.
As she ascended upon the brave knight, she laid her gentle hands upon his heart
"Be still brave knight, for you are loved and respected. You have fought the battle and fought it well."
The knight saw the gentle smile
And felt the warmth in his heart
Laying down his armor and sword upon that distant shore
He fell in to the angel's arms and drifted off in to a long and restful peace
Knowing he had finally arrived
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