Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Trumbrand the Wanderer and Kaylah the Cheerful, Ducal, 2013

It was well with Ealdormere when came the Prince and Princess of the North to serve in their turn, and seeing this King Trumbrand and Queen Kaylah, and a quantity of loyal people to them, made ready to travel to their private estates near Wesbellford.

And then the throne was empty, and they, the celebrated Duke Trumbrand and Duchess Kaylah went to winter in peace, to hold golden coronets, high honours, and thanks to stand for the term of their life as the rights of Ealdormere accord their service.

Then, King Nigel and Queen Adrielle having taken the throne, wished them well, and with both the noble and common people raised their voices for Trumbrand and Kaylah, and swore to remember their deeds and kindnesses, and all present took peace on the events of the Coronation day which was the 28th day of September, in the 48th year of the Society, and this was written in the Chronicles of the Inland Seas.

This was the year that there was singing in the reign of favourite things.

By Brand Thorwaldsen. Based on Chronicles of Novgorod 1016-1471, Translated From the Russian by Robert Michell and Nevill Forbes.

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