BTW, this is not an environmental poem. It is my interpretation of the speech of the severed head in 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight' a circa 1400 Welsh tract. May 2000 ‘The Green Knights Claim’ Noble sirs, exercise thy renowned might, honour thine agreement with the green knight, tis his by right. Do not be unnerved, justice shall be served, while accolades are undeserved, and truthful valour is reserved. Qualms about the justice of fate, carry no weight on this judgement date, pious fervour too late. Come now and cement the agreed pact, that ye have enacted through use of his multifaceted axe. Once ye have availed of its plentiful resource, there is nay recourse, ye have chosen thine course. IMO the original 'Arthurian' legend was a subtly written piece intended to threaten recalcitrant lords into paying their correct tax. The short version of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. For all that amounts, make good honest accounts, lest ye could lose more than just lucky underpants.