- Come Again Sweet Love…the Parental Version
- On SCA Patrons of Bardic Arts
- Ever Comes the Sun
- The Tale of Adolphus the Devourer
- The Love Story of Turi MacKinnon and His Marguerite
- River-bone Warrior – a Song for Talen
- Tourney Pilgrims
- þis feste is ine myn stomak – part the first
- Gorsedd Challenge
- I Fight for You
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Tag Archives: King Lucan
When the King calls, one must be always ready with an answer. I had long ago decided, even before becoming the King’s champion, that I would be ready any time that I was asked to perform. (Thank you Coxcomb Academy!) That I would always have something up my sleeve, and that I would not refuse an opportunity or request when … …more, please!
During the Valley Battle of Pennsic XKL, I stood with the banner atop my spear, watching the fight, not really ready to enter the fray. (By the end of the week, this was different!) I stood beside the bank where my good King Lucan told me to stand, and I watched the Chivalry in the “river” as the others were … …more, please!
The Maiden Takes the Spear…Or is it the Nun Takes the Veil? I can never remember… But nuns and maidens aside, at the Great Northeastern War, Aneleda authorized in spear, and got a good run with Count Thorson in the process. A word to the wise – he is a) tall and b) hard to hit and c) not a … …more, please!
Unto my liege lord and King, mighty Lucan, does your bard, Aneleda, send greetings and wishes for your continued strength and good-health. Unable to join you and my beloved Eastern Army, to see the fighting and noble horses bearing the hopes of the East in their hands and reigns. I send the gracious Lady Aoife, noble bard, to deliver in … …more, please!
…”Next I would hear a song for the East.” So saith my King Lucan unto me at Vinland Raids. And so, a song for the East, completed in time for our Southern War Practice. It is a softer song, one for the night before battle, when the camp is lit with fire and all sit, tell stories, sharpen swords and … …more, please!
The tale of the Spring Crown Tournament, AS46, as told by Aneleda Falconbridge, recorded at the request of King Lucan VIII. Asked Jana, Queen, on morning bright Enter you with good intent To serve the East with fullest heart should you to this throne ascend? Over five score answered, Yes. Bright the day Fierce the sun, Fiercer the combat. Tygers’ … …more, please!