Suzanne de Vertus quite timidly neared to the Stadium. The contest here sounded much more promising that whatever class with the favourite scholars of Madame Anne de Beaujeu. Moreover, her family was well-known for its taste for poesy. She was a close relative of Charles D’Orléans; one of the greatest poets of his days. The Duke often organized poetical contests in his Castle at Blois.
The Iron Writer Challenge Match sounded something like this for Suzanne and the Countess was all ears.
She dragged a big plush cushion with. It was made from blue velveteen and was embroidered with golden fleur-de-lys. The cushion originally belonged to King Francis’ throne but since His Majesty rode out for hunting, he certainly won’t miss it.
Suzanne comfortably seated herself and started to watch the events.
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