Enchanted Castles

Enchanted Castles

Stone walls that stand so tall in ages long past.
Holding dreams of things we long to remember.
Noble kings with crowns of gold upon their heads.
Maidens sweet, that dance to gay merry tunes.

Battling knights with virtuous ways,
Killing dragons flame with swift and mighty blows
Tournaments and jousts were held for crowds
And show off many wonderful coats of arms.

Bards sing many songs in rhythmic rhymes.
While the jester’s fun is when he makes you laugh.
But the wizard holds the most spectacular of shows,
With his knowledge of magical brews.

Enchanted Castles stand so tall and grand,
Holding dreams of things we long to remember.
And even though we can not go back in time,
They still hold memories of medieval life.

Poem Style – Blank Verse / Poem Catagory – History
Written by Lady Kathleen

1 Comment

  1. Ana Hummer

    Absolutely beautiful work!

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