[Bards] A Lady's Freedom
marie.adams at visionoflove.net
Thu Jul 24 09:33:41 PDT 2003
My Lady Madelina,
Would you object to anyone performing this piece, or would you like to
consider it only your own? With your permission, I'd like to memorize it
and perform it sometime (giving you credit for writing it of course), but
if you'd rather I not, I would understand.
On Tue, 22 Jul 2003, Jane Sitton wrote:
> --- Marie Adams <marie.adams at visionoflove.net> wrote:
> > I agree with Milo; I liked the piece very much,
> > except maybe for the part
> > at the end where the heroine killed her old fiancee.
> > However, the setting
> > is a battle, so someone had to die! ;-) -- Serena
> Also, he was the bad guy, and had murdered innocents.
> His fate was sealed. It is romantic to think of her
> running off with him, leaving her wimpy husband, but
> people in liege to her family had been killed, and
> then someone would have to help look after her father,
> so being the dutiful daughter and avenging the dead
> vassals makes her a more noble figure, I thought.
> Thank you for your kind words. I had not written
> anything so long before this effort, but I felt it
> took that long to tell the story.
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