Arteloise: A Romance of King Arthur and Knights of the Round Table

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Hylton publishing Company, 1887 - 288 pages
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Page 138 - The spear I lift, the sword I wield, Although my hand seems small and frail; And ne'er to foeman did I yield, Nor at grim danger quake nor quail; I meet my foemen on the field — All who would me with wrong assail, I pierce their steel, my blows they feel, To earth doth steeds and riders reel, And I o'er all their might prevail.
Page 101 - Though sun and moon and earth should fall, And ruin wreck the planets all, They would not fail that lip to taste And feel that arm around their waist, And hot breath on their Mushing face, Nor shun thac amorous embrace.
Page 138 - Oft on my gallant steed I ride, Scour the country far and wide. All clad like knight in gleaming mail, I wear a helm, I bear a shield...
Page 121 - O'er giddy heights down mountains sped With sounds infernal, grim and dread.

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