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Knights in shining Armour are indeed hard to find and/or recognize. Sometimes said knight really turns out to be in disguise and the distressed damsel finds herself really in the captivity of the knight. Who is to rescue said Damsel in this case and what color should she wear? How will she ever know to trust another knight? How will she recognize who to trust? I am okay for now. Stormy weather and bumpy roads ahead.
Sometimes a knight does things out of fear and unwittingly distresses said damsel. However, when said knight recognizes the error and continually strides to change the erroneous ways will the knight's armor truly shine. But it has to be given the opportunity by the damsel to forgive, forget, and love. We are all humans. ALL. We all make mistakes. But those that continually learn, and are persistent with love will be the ones worth keeping. It is then that the damsel will have truly found her knight in shining armor. After all, why should a damsel give herself completely when the knight doesn't keep striving to be the best for her?
Two really interesting comments but this is a Red Knight story ... only those who know the Red Knight will be able to understand the true meaning of what I wrote ...This story will continue ... eventually ...Cheers,Rudi
HINT: This Red Knight story plays in the 11th century and has no bearing on my current life ... any reference to it has to be understood in 11th century parlee.Josh ... the Red Knight is fearless and never distresses damsels ... read "De Rode Ridder" strips to get an ideaThe clue to my prologue of the story if you want is the medieval meaning of "fighting with an open visor" and "wearing color"I had a lot of Red Knight dreams lately ...Rudi.
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