This script features characters depicting modern characters in a satirical version of the knight’s era.
Starring : The Feminazi, Jacob
The Offender, Marvin
The Offended, Lee
The Lazy Bum, Hans
( An emissary from the Northern Isle of Scotia enters the Great Hall of King Arthur, followed by a legion of armed escort)
Emissary : O Great King Arthur, Ruler of the land of the Southern Isles, Harvester of of the First Crop, Lord of the Golden Army, Hand of the Line of Nobles and Emperor of the Holy Grail, we are truly grateful for you having us in your audience this evening
Arthur : (Bouncing in this throne and nudging his adviser Jacob) Did you hear all those lovely titles by which she addressed me?
(From below the throne’s stairs spoke the Royal announcer Lee)
Lee : Surely you know she is not referring to you sire. By fact I believe that the emissary is mislead…
Arthur : Shhhhh
Emissary : I am Lady Olivia from the Scarlet Kingdom of…
Arthur : Yeah yeah yeah, just go on about me. You had such nice things to say.
Olivia : I beg your pardon?
Arthur : Oh not this again (scratching his head). Son are we doing pardons this week?
(First Son Hans slouched on a throne next to his father’s)
Hans : I do not recall, really.
Arthur : Well, I have nothing planned, so I guess I could do just one decision now.
Olivia : I’m sorry I do not understand ,my Liege.
Arthur : Royal jester, state the accused of her crimes before I announce my judgment of pardon or punishment.
(Rolling into the hall comes the royal jester Marvin) Continue reading “THE KNIGHTS OF OLD TODAY BUT YESTERDAY”
LET ME TEACH YOU
Come here little one, so lost you seem
Dark and cruel, this world can be
Let me teach you how to succeed
Let me teach you how to think
As character blooms from one’s inner-self
I’ll sow the thoughts that need to sink
So, let me teach you your ambitions
For my will longs to see you strong
For I fear you wants, your bad decisions
Then let me teach you with what to speak
Since manners cannot run foul
I’ll liven you up in a world this bleak
After, let me teach you where to go
For wandering souls go astray
I’ll draw up the map that you will follow
Also, let me guide you with who to follow
Filter out the words unwanted
To protect you from grief and sorrow
Why not, let me teach you who to trust
Since such traits run scarce
Better resolved than wanderlust
So heed my words O innocent child
I enter your life only for your guidance
To tame you up in a world this wild
Surely you can trust me…