A Radiant Lady

It may as well have been five hundred years ago, festival day in the kingdom.  His armor shining, slick snappy sounds as he walked along the lane.  Folks had come from all around, to hear the tales of Percival, to trade their wares in the marketplace, enjoy the mead and the minstrels, both flowing. An earthy mushroom smell reminds him, of the river, on the day he met her.

shining like the sun
Picks her way along the sand
A girl with one hand



23 thoughts on “A Radiant Lady

    1. Much truth to this, but some facts squished here or there, really made it turn a corner that was right. And there is much more here, maybe I’ll overcome my fear, and tell of a quest for normalcy…

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