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The Baronage
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Saturday, April 12, 2008
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The Baronage
As the mighty archers
of speared arrows flung high
towards the coverts of knavery’s beggary,
illuminations foster sorrows
 within the healing oasis
of love’s flaming infirmary…
Legendary custodians
 are deemed tribunal judiciaries
of ancient timelessness;
while evoking the sable lynx
 to run free within the royal kingdoms
 cloaked into noblesse…
Rendered by the baronage
 of gate keepers into the vexation
 of the forbidden,
existences of eternities privileged
become the exalted peerage
 of all tyrannies bludgeoning burden.
(Written: April 12th, 2008 10:55 p/m)
Copyright © 2008 Vickie L. McColley
In Joy, In Peace, In Grace, In Harmony of Love
poétesse d ‘ amour ~ poétesse romantique
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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 4/14/2008
Oh you do so have a way with words and can thinks up many for the great poems you write. I don't know how you do it, but inspiration is with you and you will go far, I think so anyway. Like the comments you give to others on author's den too. Thanks for the time you take to do it. You are a giving person.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/13/2008
Oh Vickie. Can't you just say it so I can understand? Love and hugs,

xo bzzt,

Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 4/13/2008
TY All & Jon I Totally Agree another human is not of the royal kingdom to judge another or decide their value or thier worth-it is very depleting & harmful
Reviewed by Jon Willey 4/13/2008
The right of who shall exist how long and who shall not exit long is not of the domain of humankind, regardless of their lineage. Among men there are no non-peers. Only by perception's eye. Good stuff here Vickie. Very thought provoking. Though it is decidedly Draconian with a Machiavellian twist. Jon Michael Willey
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 4/13/2008
Beautiful poem V, but I am sure the meaning you wanted to potray is different from the one I have....oh well, that's what poetry is all about.

Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 4/13/2008
"Vickie" I love the flavor of your poem. Richness and touch of sadness for some reason. But a strength that comes through.
Nicely written.
Peace, love, and light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/13/2008
Rich is this poem in symbolism and strong images of castles, private forests and lineage.

Reviewed by Georg Mateos 4/13/2008
Sadly William Tell wasn't one of them barons, but is aim should have been a custodian of the Templars values.


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