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In The Silence, Bells Jingle
In the silence bells jingle, small and gold,
Vibrant he dances, never growing old.
The princess, she watches, detached yet amused,
From nothing he produces a rose, the queen looks confused.
The king’s eyes never leave him, the lords are in awe,
Light-footed he cartwheels, breaking gravity’s law.
His tunic is purple, deeper than night,
His hat is a wonderment – a fascinating sight.
He can juggle, he can jump – he can play the flute well,
And there isn’t a story that he cannot sell.
His hoops are of every colour, his eyes sparkle with mirth,
He has been the centre of attention since his very birth.
A wonder is this man who can hold all the court,
He is one of a kind in his type of sport.
Surely he is a force with whom to be reckoned,
He is the court jester of none other than King Edward the Second.