The Who but they’re medieval literature
PETE: Divina Commedia (Dante Alighieri 1320)
Here sighs and lamentations and loud cries
were echoing across the starless air
so that, as soon as I set out, I wept.
Strange utterances, horrible pronouncements,
accents of anger, words of suffering,
and voice shrill and faints, and beating hands
JOHN: Le Morte D’Arthur (Sir Thomas Malory 1470)
Always Sir Arthur lost so much blood
that it was a marvel he stood on his feet,
but he was so full of knighthood
that knightly he endured the pain.
ROGER: The Canterbury Tales (Geoffrey Chaucer c.1400)
Love will not be constrain'd by mastery.
When mast'ry comes, the god of love anon
Beateth his wings, and, farewell, he is gone.
Love is a thing as any spirit free.
KEITH: Decameron (Giovanni Boccaccio c.1353)
Kissed mouth don’t lose its fortune,
on the contrary it renews itself just as the moon does.
Moodboard for my MC in Golden by @milaswriting . Sarcastic, humble, confident and friendly. Law student and a boxer. Meet Cassandra Hutton: she/her, she loves coffee, and women. She hates other people because they keep using her because of her status.
Love interest is Athalia Dempsey. Will do anything to make Athalia fall for her.