Oh, the man in the purple dashed out of the castle
to see his carriage sag
on just one wheel and only two horses
when, from the crowd, there sprang a burly vassal
who grabbed the reins to drag the carriage off.
With all his resources, acting as both wheel and steed
the man began to lead the horses and to bleed to death
but he carried the man in purple home free.
How he made that carriage fly!
As he laid down to die, the man was heard to cry
"Remember me! 'Twas I beneath the mulberry tree, my lord."


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