Just before opening my eyes I envisioned a star, a five pointed star filled with reddish pink color.
The Pentangle as Truth
The pentangle represents the five virtues of knights: friendship, generosity, chastity, courtesy, and piety. Gawain’s adherence to these virtues is tested throughout the poem, but the poem examines more than Gawain’s personal virtue; it asks whether heavenly virtue can operate in a fallen world.
The Pentagle is also known as an endless knot and symbol of faithfulness.