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SCA Verse

Page history last edited by Dan Towse 11 years, 7 months ago

The Winchester Pilgrims

Brother Logan the Pathwarden suggested to me after the third Winchester Pilgrimage that I should Document who attended in similar style to Chaucer's Canterbury Prologue. My Thanks to Logan for the inspiration.

 

Queen Eufemia's Boast August 2005

Queen Eufemia, finding herself invited to bring a champion to the tourney of St Michael, that was held in Honour of the Queen of the East Kingdom at the great Pennsic Fair, contacted me and commissioned a boast.

Queen Eufemia was heralded in by Sir Gerhardt von Wuestenburg, in the above fashion,

besides the Introduction, it is a pair of sonnets

 

 

Alfred's Lay November 2001

Sir Alfred of Carlyle, after a crown tourney, comissioned an accounting of it In verse from me, to be delivered at the winners coronation.

The Rhyme structure is not one I have documented, Any retroactive documentation is welcome..

 

 

Melisende's Sonnet Jan 2004

I was asked to provide a wording for an Award of Arms for a friend and Shire member, Melisende FitzWalter, and wrote a sonnet.

 

 

Sven Gunnarsson's Pelican Poem April 2010

I was lucky enough to be asked to write the Scroll text for Sven's pelicaning.

I took my style guide from JRR Tolkein’s legend of Sigurd & Gudrun.

 

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