… Then Lord Turkin stood,
holding the keys and spurs, in silence,
he gazed upon his brother
and the strange, green-clad child:
for all their difference in years
Lord Ewan’s eyes and those of the boy were identical!
As he gazed Lord Turkin’s heart became heavy,
and he envied his brother and feared for himself.
In fear his hands twitched
and the keys clanked and the spurs clinked
and his heart leapt again in joy for his new possessions.
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