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Pilgrims' Tales


rustya

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And of a game have I this moment thought

 

 

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To give you joy, and it shall cost you naught.

 

 

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You go to Canterbury; may God speed

 

 

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And the blest martyr soon requite your meed.

 

 

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And well I know, as you go on your way,

 

 

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You'll tell good tales and shape yourselves to play

 

 

-excerpt from The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer.

 

 

As we journey to our final destination, let us tell good tales to share along the way!

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