December 8: A Tudor Story
Thank you to long-term Anne Boleyn Files follower Lorna Wanstall for sharing this story with us today. Lorna was inspired to rewrite it after a discussion regarding the red roses that are sent to Anne Boleyn's grave. It's an excerpt from a longer work called "Vivat Anne".
Lorna says "As you can see, it's quite modern, but at the end where it says "My tears" it goes back into Tudor England."
Lorna lives with her husband, son and Katt the cat on the Isle of Grain in Kent. The Isle of Grain was very popular with Queen Victoria, and it's from there that she sailed with Prince Albert to visit Germany