Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Sir Terry Fator, Prince of Voices, Speaketh to the Knights of the Pain Table

A missive by Terry Fator, the Prince of Voices, was sent to our humble Kingdom of Camelot.  King Arthur almost fell off his throne when he received this beautiful personal message from the winner of “America’s Got Talent”.

Mere days from conquering the world, Sir Terry wrote these words of eloquence to The Knights of the Pain Table.

“Hi everybody. My name is Terry Fator and I am the ventriloquist who won America’s Got Talent this year. I want you all to know that while I can’t even begin to imagine what it is like to endure your pain I do know the emotional toll it takes out of loved ones to watch a family member suffer agonizing pain since my sister has had RA since she was 16 years old. Inside Edition is doing a piece on my sister Debi Monday August 27. I think this web site is a fabulous idea and I have sent a link to her. I can’t tell you how much it means to me to know that my performances are helping to make the pain a little more bearable for you, even if it is only for a short while. (I think one of the reasons I became such a good comedian is that as I have always had to make my sister laugh when she hurts the most. It was the only thing I could do for her!) You are my heroes. As you suffer through your pain yet smile when you see a loved one, you make us all stronger, and you are the ones who keep us all grateful for your strength. Thanks to each and every one of you who suffers as my sister does. I only hope that my small contribution of laughter can continue to bless you and give you joy. Thanks!”

Terry Fator on August 25th, 2007 at 1:02 pm

What a compassionate gesture to write such a loving note to our little Kingdom.  We know the world is probably overwhelming Sir Terry right now so his missive is lined in a heart of golde.  We send special tidings to Terry’s fair Sister Lady Debi,  and present to her a key to the gate of Camelot.

We love our Prince of Voices because he has created his own Camelot where imagination is the portal to a Kingdom of kind adorable creatures, and great singers, that we never want to let go of because they are part of us.   Merlin, thinketh you learneth well as you truly understand the power of healing and magic.   Sir Terry we bid you well on thy journey.  Go forth and conquer the world.

Lady Sharon, 
Your Scribe from Camelot



By Arthur’s great name we honour you,
Who all hail as Victor, in both gifts and song
Spread thy full wings for adventure high
And ride with gilten spur and candle-light.
Prince of Voices on your white horse
Arthur bade us, Knights of the Pain Table
To be by your side as you ride toward
The Winter Moon on your mission of valour.

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3 Responses to “Sir Terry Fator, Prince of Voices, Speaketh to the Knights of the Pain Table”

  1. dear terry fator,I know how your sister feels I have chronic pancreatitis >very severe), Lupus, RA,sjogrens . HOwever, I love to laugh., I need to laugh so I can cry. Im tired of being so strong all the tiem, but I dontknow anything eles. so I grin when I can, I grin when in pain, grin when I see you, grin when I watch you worry,grin for the bast and because of it, grin when a baby is born, grin when silliness stand still, Grinning is for good, grinning during sadness. It/s a wonderful action God invented, I glad He did. I will fake to my loved one so they can have peace even if I don’t because the heartach I put on those whom care for me is overwhelming personally, so to grin when I see people can be for more then one reason. They dont’have to know for which. I’m sure your sister feel simular. listen congrats I loved it..,If you every could come to see me..or if you come to mass. near my town I would treasure evey minute. please go on tv again so I may watch you. I don’t go out anymore so tv becomes my distraction. good bye blessings

  2. Lady Sharon says:

    Dear Sharon,

    Thou art a brave Knight to fight so many ailments. I am so pleased that Terry Fator has brought some laughter to your soul. I believe he has a great gift and will now be able to give his gift to so many more. His sister has also suffered greatly and is very close to Terry.
    You are very eloquent in describing how the pain affects your life. It takes tremendous strength to try to hide the pain, when you are suffering greatly. I honour you as a Knight of the Pain Table. You aspire to be courageous and compassionate in the face of great pain. That is the act of a Noble Knight.

    I am so happy that TV brings the world to you, when you cannot go to see the world. TV can be a great companion and when shared be a great source of comfort.

    I thank you Lady Sharon for giving us your words to ponder and we send Blessings from Camelot to you. You will always have a seat at the Pain Table.

    The Rose of Sharon
    from Camelot

  3. Lady Sharon says:

    Wilcume Alexis,

    Arthritis can be very debilitating so it is a good idea to keep researching and finding the best solution for one’s body. Thank you for your tips which may help some of our readers.

    Take care,

    Lady Sharon