The Lady...Her King...Her Destiny
She was gentle...she was beautiful. She was intelligent...she was strong!
He was wild...he was brash. He was intelligent...he was strong!
He snatched her from danger and then saw her eyes. They were deep...and then deeper!
She did not speak and he gently kissed her. "No I am to be married! Do not kiss me again"
"Yes my dear Lady as I will then lose my heart."
They traveled to safety. Her King ever grateful! He spoke to the knight and taught him of love.
"If you are not afraid of anything then you will find no joy....for all that is worthwhile is why you must fight!"
These words took their home in his heart that had opened and he became loved by the King as he prospered.
The Lady watched from afar this sweet yet bold man. Her heart was confused as she now loved two men.
Love is a mystery as it seeks destination. It journeys..it flies..it reaches...it roots! It changes the soul. Its pain is its growth!
And so with the Lady it traveled to her knight! His heart so unshackled they fell to embrace. She cried for confusion yet knew she must go! The King was betrayed broken and angry! To God he said "forgive me" as he doomed both their fates.
When out came a traitor to usurp his Kingdom and he remembered what he taught Lancelot! " One can't truly love without realizing it may be lost! It is then not love."
King Arthur knelt to the traitor to take him off guard. Then stood with his sword and commanded his army to take back what they loved!
Camelot was restored!
Lancelot slayed the traitor.
The Lady sat by her dying King. She told him she loved him as love is far reaching and he told her he knew as she brought warmth and life to his heart.
While crossing over he looked to Lancelot. "You must protect your Lady as she has a great soul and remember to love so you will always have light. There is no joy without knowledge of possibly losing what you hold so dear! Be steadfast!"
The love of the Lady changed two men's hearts!
As I said "Love is far reaching...it shares and it grows by its pain which brings joy."
Camelot now was not just a place! It was now their home!
Lucille Dorothy for her own 'Sex and my City'