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The Errant Knight (Villanelle) by Thyme
Hither comes the errant knight Seeks the way to Camelot To uphold justice, truth and light Armour white and dazzling bright Gives the name, Sir Lancelot Hither comes the errant knight For Guinevere he shall fight Banish all, 'forget-me-nots' To uphold justice, truth and light Lovers clasped in dawn's pale sight To two others woe begot Hither comes the errant knight Unrequited, loves dark plight For the Lady of Shalott To uphold justice, truth and light Two destroyed and two in flight Love divine, love run amok Hither comes the errant knight To upholds justice, truth and light

Up the ladder: Charles and Eddie
Down the ladder: For my wife

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Arithmetic Mean: 7.0
Weighted score: 6.0
Overall Rank: 1268
Posted: February 13, 2003 5:52 AM PST; Last modified: February 13, 2003 5:52 AM PST
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Comments:
[9] Ranger @ 213.1.45.6 | 13-Feb-03/12:46 PM | Reply
Very nice indeed! 9
[7] <{Baba^Yaga}> @ 24.126.113.154 | 13-Feb-03/5:13 PM | Reply
true to structure. content was a touch flighty.
[8] OneFingerAnswer @ 216.138.10.3 | 27-Jun-03/1:11 AM | Reply
YAY! an 8.
[7] Sasha @ 69.138.236.63 | 9-May-04/8:49 PM | Reply
Okay, I'm sorry but if you are younger than 300 years old this is slightly rediculous.

However, points for the form
[7] zodiac @ 67.240.155.203 > Sasha | 10-May-04/3:41 AM | Reply
I find this comment especially funny, coming as it does from a 19 year old boy who spends most of his time pretending to be Catullus. You massively fail on yourself.
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