Of Hospitalier

December 1, 2011
By AegidiusAurelius PLATINUM, Middleburgh, New York
AegidiusAurelius PLATINUM, Middleburgh, New York
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Favorite Quote:
"We have to let go of being petty and bitter, because they can be going through as much pain as you."

The field lay silent,
Tainted by thousands.
There lay the Templar,
A gash in his chest
Near to his heart
Fatal only in the mind.

Were it not for the light of the Lord
And the gleam of the violet-azure helm and trim.
A steel gauntlet descends from the light,

"Take my hand
As rank, age, or race are irrelevant.
It matters not whether thee are a devoted man of God,
but that your devotion as a man matters more than God could know."

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