A Chronicle of Spring Crown Tourney A.S. XLI

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A Chronicle of Spring Crown Tourney A.S. XLI

Presented by the members of the Circle of Bards of Caid To Their Royal Majesties: Drogo and Iðuna

As compiled by Baroness Philippa Llewelyn Schuyler and Sir William Schuyler

Scribbles from Philippa

With fine words, with humour, but always with courtesy, the Circle of Bards of Caid wield their pens as always for the amusement of Their Majesties and the entertainment of the kingdom.

In this collection you will find an amazing assortment of...ballads, tales and sagas, rhymed couplets and sonnets, Chanson de Geste, ottava rima, villanelle, conachlann, Irish deibhidhe, terza rima and free verse. Whew.

So, read the well-wrought words contained herein and enjoy them in the spirit in which they are intended. We each do our part to enrich the Dream. And fighters, as you continue to acknowledge your bards, your fame will only grow.

Special thanx go to Baron Beorn and Signore Secca, two stalwart inkslingers.  ;-j And to Lord Will and Stephany of the Sunset Aerie for their proofreading prowess.

Yours in homage to the Muse,



Contenders name, followed by the poet.

Final Round

Sir Drogo FitzWilliam

Sir Edward Senestre

Eighth Round

Sir Gamyl of Mottrum

Seventh Round

Mikhail of the Kuma

Sir Jamal Damien Marcus

Fifth Round

Sir Padraic Amadan

Sir Njal Grimmsson

Sir Rhys Ravenscroft

Fourth Round

Sir Tearlach MacMillan

Sir Patrick O'Malley

Master Korwyn Marius Velis Ariannaid

THLord Reyni-Harekr Brandsson

Third Round

Jarl Sven ORfhendur

Sir Killian Mac Taggart

Thorin O'Seaghdha

Viscountess Krysta MacIntyre

Second Round

THLord Rudolph Fekter

THLord Augustine von Freiburg

Sarpedon Aegineth

Thorfinn Voouselur

Lorccan hua Conchobair

Paganus Grimlove

Theodric of Pavia

THLord Conan MacPherson

Lord Andrew Baird

Other Poems

Ithuna's Orchard


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