In The Castle Of The King

In The Castle Of The King

A Poem by Sunflower/Sara Kendrick

Allegory, Kyrielle,etc.


Like a beggar I stood without

Clothed in tattered dress of cheap flax

The rich estate Lord with much clout

Called me in, I was surprised at kind acts


Inside table set very fine

Ladden with scrumptous varied food

On which the Master would soon dine

How could I expect to share this mood


When I extremely poor indeed

But He had plan to draw me in

Give me some of His meat as need

For He had killed the fattest lamb


Without blemish__spotlessly clean

This He would serve favorite guest

In this castle of the great King

Come dine you're invited my blessed

© 2010 Sunflower/Sara Kendrick

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makes me think of arthurian castles and yes, all those medieval themes where something stands for something else. i like this. like something played by a troubadour.

Posted 12 Years Ago

yes, i can see you have this in your heart...well done, so pleased for you

Posted 12 Years Ago

Nice i like the feeling of the way you created status in this story and the need of sharing to get on well. Good story.

Posted 12 Years Ago

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Added on July 23, 2010
Last Updated on July 23, 2010
Tags: Allegory, Kyrielle, Etc.
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Sunflower/Sara Kendrick
Sunflower/Sara Kendrick

Thomaston, GA

The miniscule is very important.. more..


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