What He Had Took
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Dark secrets in the medieval times

What He Had Took

May Vinsot

Hooves clack on the cold black stones, Silk robes brushes the wind Like the moon’s glow her hair shone, The trees shook; she’s insane

Bricks on bricks the castle was Guards in red barricade the doors On that night was the King’s birthday No guards lined the door she took

Underneath her robes were the clothes of a maid She tightened her hair into a neat white bun Folded her hands behind, no words said Head bent down and began above

Her movements were as passive to be Wine and brandy filled His room She knocked on the door and sang a code The girl inside scurried out

She caressed the hilt of the knife, It rested flatly on her thigh The king looked up from his bed Clueless to what lays ahead

Irissa made her way slowly beside him Her eyes a cold ice blue, piercing icicles Now she unsheathed the knife from her thigh The King’s mind a hazy slur

In one swift moment the knife was on a neck A bit of red dripped from its point

Now the clouds cleared from the King’s mind The chill of the metal whispered death

Irissa stopped still like a statue Her heart pounded like a drum

The King was startled and terrified, This wasn’t odd, as his neck was going to be slit

The King was startled and terrified, This wasn’t odd, as his neck was going to be slit No, what was, was the look on Irissa’s face Her icy eyes now threatened to shatter

A month ago, her mother had died Irissa’s father told her the King had took her life She swore the blade would take what he had took, And now the King was beside her, But she recognised him as her

A month ago, her mother had died Irissa’s father told her the King had took her life She swore the blade would take what he had took, And now the King was beside her, But she recognised him as her Father

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