RDP for Sunday – Panoply

So there I was, sitting in the pouring rain in my panoply which was becoming rapidly rusty. Searching, was I, for somewhere to hide from the infinite wetness pouring from on high.

Suddenly, there appeared before me (oh snap!) a canopy to cover my panoply! It was a freaking miracle. Until the canopy collapsed atop my panoply.  It was, as someone recently pointed out, WET, as in containing a lot of water.

And now, someone is going to have to polish my panoply or never again will it shine in the glinting sunlight of the medieval lists.

Lists? What lists? Do I have to sign something?

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

8 thoughts on “WHILE I WORE MY PANOPLY, THE CANOPY COLLAPSED – Marilyn Armstrong”

      1. Marilyn, will this work with “A Big Red Rose” (?), “When you wore a tulip…and I wore a big red rose”. Mebbe I’m reaching here, eh?


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