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Re: Atlantia and a small challenge
Poster: "Sharon Henderson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Honorable Lord Giacomo scripsit:
> Honor, courtesy, chivalry, are not dead in the modern middle ages....
> Prove it.
> THL Giacomo Vincenti di Firenze
Oh, good milord, to speak well of Fair Atlantia, the Gem of the Ocean Seas, is
no difficult task for those who love her!
I came here nearly eighteen years ago, a wayfaring (mostly) stranger from
Carolingia-of-the-East (long may she prosper, and all her people, too!), and
off and on over the years I have played in Storvik, Ponte Alto, and Stierbach.
I have noticed that, as life takes its twists and turns, the people of this
Kingdom -- not only in those places mentioned above, but everywhere in
Atlantia -- welcomed and indeed, cherished me. The kindnesses I received at
many a hand have been referred to in recent times on this very forum.
Unlooked for, they were doubly welcome -- and I believe they are typical of
the compassionate caring shown by the majority of folks in Atlantia.
And most recently, when journeying an absolute stranger unto the land of Caer
Mear, I was taken in and treated as one of their own, by the lovely Baroness
who bade me sit on a cushion in the shade; by the little children of the
Barony, who went about offering food and drink to travellers among them; by a
nice young man with a wonderful voice, who did sing to entertain; and it was
my delight to watch the graceful and chivalrous Lady Susanna Grey, as she did
come before the Baroness with flowers and fair poetry, delivered with such
poise and charm as to transport one back to the Medieval days we love so well!
Oh yes, Atlantia is indeed a fair and wonderful place! May Heaven rain
blessings down upon her, and upon all those who support her cause!
Meli ferch Iasper
Ponte Alto, ATLANTIA!!
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