Sir Gavin MacDhomhnuill
fallen in Fall Crown Tourney, A.S. XXXI
Light of heart, I came to Crown
And cast my double axes down.
First a Welshman came to me -
I sent him packing to Cymry.
An English lord then got a whim -
I really made time fly for him!
Came a Viking worker in wood -
I whittled him away for good.
Another Viking, hardly slow!
I dealt to him an off-hand blow.
A dragon flew at me for fun -
Like all, I bent knee to this one.
To the tourney came this Gaul -
I rode him to his final fall.
Through the forest, what do I see -
The mighty oak that toppled me.
My name by now you should be havin' -
(But just in case you aren't: it's Gavin.)
-- Mistress Philippa Llewelyn Schuyler
...is an empty vessel for the Muse