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A Knights Tail
by Robin A Spicer

Friday, September 10, 2004
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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A Day in a Knights life. Or should that be the life in a Knights day?


A Knights Tale


The Knight didst e'spy the maiden fair

As she sat amongst the poppies red

She'd wide blue eys and golden hair

Her Beauty filled his heart with dread.


He knew that gazing on her shape

Would tempt him from his faithfull steed

He longed on her his body to drape

Upon her tender nipples feed.


He came upon her silently He took her gently in his arms

He led her down behind the wall

He didst shower her, his Knightly charms.

He loudly howled his mating call.


Dressed and mounted on his horse

He rode and left her standing there

A knight maybe, no gentleman of course.

He soon forgot the maiden fair.


She soon began to show her sin

Her belly grew by two and a half

She did not care or think of him.

And in Spring she birthed a Heiffer calf.


Robin A Spicer (c) 10th September 2004
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Reviewed by Amira van Kerk 9/12/2004
What do we learn from this: Let's stay away from knights.
Good one.
Reviewed by Lori Moore 9/10/2004
Lol... love the ending.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 9/10/2004
well done

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