WINCHESTER ROUND TABLE,

                                      KNIGHTS OF TWENTY FIVE

 Times of old, in a land where stories are told, men of an,
  A place, old England where Kings and Queens ruled the 
 There was, there existed those of a round table who would 
 Give their lives,
 They were knights of twenty five, the winchester round 
  Tableof long ago.
  Men of honor were these warriors of the day, heroes they
  May have been,
  Rescuing damsels in distress, fighting off those whom would 
  Be evil men.
  They to never do outrage nor murder, always to flee treason,
  Men such as a King known as Arthur, Sir Galahad, or Sir 
  To by no means be cruel but to give mercy unto him who 
  for mercy,
  To always do ladies, gentlewomen, and widows succor, to 
  God be gallant.
  Knights with names of Sir Gawain, Sir Percivale, and Sir Lionell,
  To never force ladies, gentlewomen, or widows, not to take 
  Up battles
 In wrongful quarrels for love or worldly goods.

  Men of the past, Sir Tristram De Lyones, Sir Gareth, and Sir
  To never lay down arms, to seek after wonders, too help 
  the powerless.
  Sir Bleoberis, Sir La Cote Maletaile, and Sir Lucan were of 
  The faithful,
  When called upon to defend the rights of the weak with all 
  One's strength.
  Sir Palomedes, Sir Lamorak, also Sir Bors De Ganis were 
  To injure no one, not to attack one another, too be a 
  There were others who rode together many moons ago, 
  knights  Of England,
  Sir Safer, Sir Pelleas, and Sir Kay, they would serve a
  King  Back in the day.
  To fight for the safety of ones country, to give one's life 
  For One's country,
  Sir Ector De Maris, Sir Dagonet, and Sir Degore were 
  Of the Dedicated.
  To seek nothing before honour, never to break faith for 
  Any reason,
  They are of the round table, they are a court of men of 
  Men such as Sir Brunor Le, Noir, Sir Le, Bel Desconneu, 
  And Sir Alymere.
  To practice religion most diligently, too grant hospitality 
  To anyone.
   Each according to his ability, they were men like no other,
  Sir Mordred was also one of these men who once rode the
  Whether in honour or disgrace, to make a report with the 
  Fidelity to truth to those whom keep the annals, Knights 
  Twenty five.
  These were the men who'd lived many centuries ago in 
   Times so different.
  They fought to protect the weak and to rid the land of 
  Rvil forces.
  They were men of King Arthurs court, Knights of twenty 
  They were the Knights of the Winchester round table.

               Keith Garrett

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