Author: imextremelyfamous PM
A homage to William Blake's "and did those feet in ancient time" based on the Arthurian Legend, ballad form.Rated: Fiction K - English - Fantasy/Poetry - Words: 103 - Published: 01-25-13 - Status: Complete - id: 3095375
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an homage to William Blake's "Jerusalem"
And did those feet in ancient time
Walk on Albion's mountains green?
Where Arthur bore a golden crown,
And his fair Guinevere was Queen.
A kingdom that was good and just:
Born from ruins of old castle walls.
And so was Camelot builded here?
Did magic dwell among these halls?
Upon that stone, King Arthur stood,
His hands around predestined blade,
Excalibur was freed at last!
And on that hill: A legend made.
But there is more – a fated mage,
Friend to the Once and Future King;
Together they built Camelot:
Noble Arthur and Wise Merlin.