Poem for my idols, my #favorite#Filipino#BoyGroup#SB19, P-Pop #Kings I wrote this months ago when their comeback song WHAT? celebrated its first monthsary. That song is very revolutionary & avante garde! You should all listen to it. It has English subtitles.
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Recently, the pandemic has offered me the perfect opportunity to binge watch my favorite Netflix series called "Reign." It's a semi-factual portrayal of the life of Queen Mary of Scotland, set in the 16th century. As one would expect, it features all sorts of royals, monarchs, noblemen and women, ladies in waiting, knaves and knights, courtesans, peasants, villains and villagers, friends and foes, the occasional mystic or seer, and even a swashbuckling pirate or two. There's romance, mystery, mayhem, intrigue, luxury, wealth, splendor, poverty and one gripping cliffhanger after another. Now before you go telling me that I'm addicted, I'd like to point out that I'm already well aware of that, thank you! Ahem... Anywhooo, my appreciation for the show led me to an idea for a challenge. Rules to follow.
In 40 lines or LESS (BUT NOT MORE) write an exciting, entertaining, poetic tale about royals/monarchs (including kings, queens, princes, princesses, and any of those other folks I mentioned above). It doesn't have to be factual, but can be if you prefer. I'll provide a suitable word list below that you're welcome to utilize which is optional, not mandatory. Submissions must be penned in English because it's the only language I'm completely fluent in. No foul language or inappropriate images, and absolutely positively NO plagiarism.
OPTIONAL WORDS TO USE: Please check definitions for proper use.
luvnotes_challenge_host@fiercely_lit I had a feeling that it might not quite measure up, since it doesn't focus exclusively on Vikings; but perhaps it'll be a good temporary distraction.
fiercely_litIt's the perfect suggestion, thanks When you Hulu those Vikings you will see what I mean by the opening scene you'll... see thunder storming the dawning twilight, breaking skies as the raven flies over kills laid upon the hills of these raided lands: seized, by bloodshed hands of he - whomever, still stands. lol. Keep in touch