A secondary story to Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, i.e. something that could have happend to Sir Gawain on his way to the Green Knight.
As he walks through the darkest forest
searching for a place to rest,
Sir Gawain hears a howling resonates trough the woods.
A desperate, frightened, helpless voice is waiting to be heard
by a brave and fearless knight
who will come to save the captured lady fearing her early death.
Sir Gawain seized by his code of honour and searching for his courtly love
does not struggle with himself,
but his way to reach the lovely voice's origin.
What do his eyes see on a clearing far away? A haunting beauty
dressed in finest silk cloth
with a captivating charisma tied up in a dirty cage.
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