In The Silence, Bells Jingle

May 10, 2013
Custom User Avatar
More by this author
In the silence bells jingle, small and gold,

Vibrant he dances, never growing old.

The princess, she watches, detached yet amused,

From nothing he produces a rose, the queen looks confused.

The king’s eyes never leave him, the lords are in awe,

Light-footed he cartwheels, breaking gravity’s law.

His tunic is purple, deeper than night,

His hat is a wonderment – a fascinating sight.

He can juggle, he can jump – he can play the flute well,

And there isn’t a story that he cannot sell.

His hoops are of every colour, his eyes sparkle with mirth,

He has been the centre of attention since his very birth.

A wonder is this man who can hold all the court,

He is one of a kind in his type of sport.

Surely he is a force with whom to be reckoned,

He is the court jester of none other than King Edward the Second.

Post a Comment

Be the first to comment on this article!

Site Feedback