Treasure Island

Lynne FincherSpringarden


Blue Knight


Blue knight full of light
Your kindness is full spectrum.
The lives you saved,
And souls you've touched,
Reveals your inner sanctum.

Oh Knight of mighty valor.
Your armour strong and cold.
But deep within this suit you wear
Beats a heart of purest gold.

The tender touch
The loving soul.
Fair Maidens long to know.
For in your passion they do find
A loving heart does glow.

But sad are they
When you slam shut.
The magic castle door.
And leave their weak affections
Wilting on the floor.

One day you'll find a damsel
And in her arms you'll melt.
And on that day you'll find your way
At last you will have felt.

A love so true of one so fair.
The lady of your life.
In your loving arms she'll stay.
And forever be your wife.

Submitted: Monday, December 10, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 12, 2012
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