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Wednesday, May 04, 2005
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The motto of chivalry is also the motto of wisdom; to serve all,

but love only one~Balzac





Knight in armor silver bright

Ride from chaos towards the light

Rein your horse towards magic wood

Towards your Lady......draped by hood


Feel her magic from afar

'Neath the twlight of your star

Hear her whispers thru the trees

Taste her kisses the breeze


Fluid mist to pad this realm

Eye of oak....and eye of elm

Rainbow lights to spark your way

Down her path........of conjured sway


Shed your armor, knight....and rest

Lay your head on waiting breast

Leave the with peace

Touch your Lady.....find release


Taim i'ngra leat





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Reviewed by Mark Mahoney 5/11/2005
Hello Anita, i see and i'm not at all surprised that your writing is a strong as ever, i have missed it and have a lot of catching up to do, but thats the best part of being away, the coming back part, hope this finds you well and smiling, this is an excellent write that rolls around ones head like a picture you cant shut off, very well done here, take care...Mark xx
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 5/11/2005
Oh, Anita... I'm sitting here waiting (patiently!) for the audible sighs to quiet. What a sense you have for authenticating this "period piece"... as though you've whisked us all back in time. I entirely collapsed on the last two lines... Jays, the neighbors heard me then! (smile) I'm keeping this... I have to, I love it!

You write like no other... and I always tell the truth! katy xox
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 5/9/2005
wonderful write...BHUWAN!!!!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/8/2005
Beautiful medieval wish. Just found out that the idea of chivalry was born in the Crusades when captured Christian soldiers were treated civilly by the likes of Saleedin. They brought those Moslem ideas home to France and England. Love that photo.

Reviewed by Barbara Terry 5/8/2005
May I share this with Michael sis? This is sooooooo beautiful and soooooooooo sweet. I was daydreaming I was the lady waiting for her knight to return and lay his head on my beating breast, and have him just relax there. On this Mother's Day, this is such a beautiful piece to share. Thnx a bunch sis. May the Lord Jesus bless you and yours, and be with you always, and at your side constantly. With much love in my heart, joy to the world, peace on earth, & ((((((((((MANY WONDERFUL SISTERLY HUGGGGSSSS)))))))))), your little sister, Barbie


"If I have to be this girl in me, Then I may as well be."
Reviewed by andrea coltman 5/7/2005
Anita, such a beautiful write, captivating, wishes Andrea
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 5/7/2005
There is a breath of enchantment in this poem, Anita. Your rhyme and meter are wonderful. Bold images make this poem absolutely captivating. Love the graphic too! Really excellent job!
Take care,
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/7/2005
A woman friend of mine once called me a knight; "Sir Reg." After reading this beauty, I feel pretty good about that. Thank you for sharing this offering, Anita. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Robin Labenberg 5/7/2005
This poem has magic..your flow,meter and rythme..awesome
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 5/7/2005
Must be losin me marbles... sure I reviewed this last night, but perhaps I didn't press the post button?! Mad woman - or maybe I just said something so awful you had to delete... wine speak, maybe... this is just so velvety and tactile and taps straight into me Arthurian roots, Anita. Pure Arwen and Aragorn that splits heart and soul asunder like The Sword - after all, ain't this what deep down we're all aching for?! An undivided and unassailable heart is to be enshrined forever... pure bliss and rapture at its height. TY Kate xx
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 5/6/2005
Oh, thank you for this, Lady A, and the quote too. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by L. Figgins 5/6/2005
Where have I been to miss this beauty? I've always loved film related to this era, and this poem or incantation evokes the romance and mood of that time. (Can I use this? lol!)
Reviewed by Dale Clark 5/6/2005
Love these knightly tales and you've
turned this one into a beautiful
romantic ballad. ballad?
know what I mean. Seriously it's nice.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 5/6/2005
Now THAT is one heck of a poem !

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/5/2005
Lady A,

Hypnotic. Mesmerizing. GAD I love the way you write--my heart is galloping with the perfection of metered rhyme you've penned! Your compliment right back to you: WISH I'D WRITTEN IT!!!!!!!! LOL WELL DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(((HUGS))), love and continued prayers, Karla. :)
Reviewed by Emeka Nwogu 5/5/2005
I am salivating. What a beauty you have penned down here. A shinning amor that weathered all obstacle just to be have a taste of you.
Great, Great, Greeeeeeeat!!!!!!!!!!!

Write on!

Reviewed by Cathrine Hottran 5/5/2005
lovely written.
Reviewed by David Knight 5/5/2005
Very evocative, I was almost there.
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight* 5/5/2005
Your pen is flawless in this gorgeous poem Anita!

Love & Light,
Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight* Authors & Creations 5/5/2005
Eye of oak... and eye of elm... Only in magical realms padded by mist are whispers and spells understood as they kiss through the trees, who have a beautiful language of their own. This is a tale of utter fascination, Anita. Love it!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 5/4/2005
Lovely write Anita!!

Truly magnificent!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/4/2005
mysterious and lovely as you do so well
with your unique imagination Anita! Art is gorgeous!

Reviewed by Lori Moore 5/4/2005
Excellent write. I enjoyed the theme and the rhyme.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 5/4/2005
nicely done
Reviewed by Roger Ochs 5/4/2005
This reads like a mystical incantation by a druidic priestess. Well done.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/4/2005
Wow what wonderfully romantic middle ages thoughts are running through my head after reading this I want to find the time machine and go back as a knight. This is great no kidding the inages are almost jumping off the pages.

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 5/4/2005
Old Ballsac, now there was a guy knew how to turn a phrase, don't you know. I was galloping right with this Knight so brave (and horney) as he sped toward his lady-love. Uh huh, love, know-whot-I-mean-Doretha?
Reviewed by Jack Roberts 5/4/2005
I love it!! Beautiful!! : )


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