One day, a newcomer arrived at the Court, a commoner known simply as Becks. Not long after her appearance at the Court, Lady Maura identified a small coincidence between herself and Becks: a wedding date, common to both of them.
Lady Maura took it upon herself to send a message to becks; a precarious gesture, perhaps, given Becksâ€™ status as a lowly and worthless noob (no offense, anyone).
A chance journey to the village where Lady Maura did live, allowed the two maidens to meet. Libations (a whole lot of them) were shared, and a friendship was formed.
Over the course of several months, Lady Maura and Becks shared stories of their planning and the events of their lives. And through their interactions the maidens discovered that not only did they share a common wedding date; they also shared the same departure-for-Mexico date, the same bridal shower date, and the same florist (thanks Angel!). It was truly a predestined friendship. (Because otherwise it is just a bit creepy.)
And so it was that on the 10th day prior to their shared wedding date, Becks went to the Court of BDW to present a gift to Lady Maura. The gift was a poem:
Roses are redLove ya Maura!!! 10 days to go!!
Violets are blue
If I had hand-picked my date twin
It would still be you