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I wish that everyone could be able to save a damsel in distress - To whisk her (or him) into your arms and chase the clouds into the sky. It proves that our armor is not always physically seen.

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This poem is so good because it takes much strength to be an honorable person these days.

Wear It Well

Chase the clouds
on your magic white steed
kiss the damsel
with your velvety wings
save the sorrow
for when you're alone
whilst in battle
stand like a stone
infiltrate the castle
scale its walls
look for your maiden
through tempestuous halls
sheath you sword
when speaking with a friend
when the foe emerges
put him to an end
honor your duties
and be the shining Knight
mutter not about chivalry
complain not about your plight
answer the song
of the forlorn belle
wear your armor
and wear it well.

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