the Arming of Blae E’Kylar ~ Songs of Blae E’Kylar & Khymaira

Chyfrin’s Third Exposition;
the Arming of Blae E’Kylar

Chyfrin finds the shade
In the lee of a huge bolder that rests
Half in
and half out of the water

He plays with the clouds for a bit
The day becomes clement
He pulls an apricot from his pouch

“Blae E’Kylar was skilled
in the many forms of battle
His teachers often commented on his prowess
As they rubbed healing ointments on their wounds
But he was not fireproof
After all . . .
Who is?

It was determined
By those in the position to so determine
That in addition to his training
He would require an array of armament
A few tricks to put up his sleeve . . .”

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Chyfrin the Celtic poet

Artist, Poet, Electrical/Biomedical Engineer, Actor, Playwright, Set construction, Educator, Lover of womankind and single malt scotch

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