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Of splendid thrones of goldor treasures manifold
Of jewelled casketsor lavish banquets
Of Emirs and rajahsOf Sultan and Shahs
Of kings and queensOf rulers and emperors
Of sparkling crownsor flowing gowns
Of their subservient stewards and obedient pagesOf their stalwart squires and servile knaves
Of poor humble, docile minionswho tended to regal pavilionsAnd carried royal palanquinsSome real life harlequins
Of castles and palacesof abounding gold and silverin ostentatious regal splendour
The sidelined fanning maids in waitingYet to me only one thing worth noticingThe minstrels who came to singfrom afar for the queen and king
For I'd rather be a poetess for kingsso to my tunes swayed a kingdomthan I be the king of mere subjectsand be filled with regal boredom!
So I could join ranks of troubadoursand sing for the king some folklores.
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It’s about a day walking the cobbled streets of Praira da rocha
It’s about a birthday celebrated in Portimao with my husband
It’s about a day I enjoyed on the beach while I was vacating in Prara da rocha
Chemistry was my first poem composed from a park bench in Romford in Gidea Park.