This poem has a lot of depth and really got me thinking. I think this is very well written and expressed and the midevil times you have brought into this poem are refreshing. Not often to I read a poem related to this era, so it makes for good reading. To me, this reads more as a love poem than what you have it classified as misc. Perhaps you should change it to love? It reads to me as two lovers who have had quite the arguement and he is angry and she is sorry? I dont know, I could be wrong but that is the interpretation that I made here. Her love for him is undying and she only wants to return to the happier times. I like it. A very nice poem. Sorry if I messed up the meaning here, but I like the meaning I got out of it. Take care.
This is a true poem of deep undying Love This write is extremely emotional and you very easily express true Love Something that is not as easy as it sounds I enjoyed reading this I look forward to more writes from you in the future God Bless Ron
It was like a step back into Medevil times. Quite delightful and refreshing. I loved it! It had all the dramatics of a play or a Arthurian poem. I liked your word chose for this one. It seems like your knight is dying and your are speaking words of love to him before he could die. That's just my take on it. I got a wild imagination! lol. Great job.
i liked this. it didn't really conjer up much emotion from me, but it sounds beautiful, which is a credit to your style. and i honestly can't really find anything to complain about. it sounds beautiful and i think you tell your story well...the title is pretty catchy too...
honestly.. heres' my 2cents: this is not the best poem ive read so far. u used a few different techniques that seemed to clash. for example:using capital/lowcase "i"s.. "you/thee" variation. it seemed like a present-day renissance poem. its not a bad poem, but you could choose better adjectives and metephors. perhaps consider rhyming to capture more interest. u have a good idea, it just needs work.
The knight line really stuck with me, after studying Chaucer and learning about their codes of conduct etc I feel that your persona realises that this means nothing to her and that there is nothing else that she would want. "Your courage and valor I care not for" Is a really powerful line for me, like I said it has a lot of personal significance to me and you seem to tune into the depths of the readers psyche.