Treasure Island

Jade Blaydes

(Jan 9,1997 / Butte Falls, OR)

My Happily Ever After


Prince Charming ended up with the enemy
Me ending up with his brother, felt alright to me
Though the family reunions, we don't mention those
Oh, the happy ending that I chose!
Cinderella said ' my life is gold compared to yours! '
I said 'Shut up Cinderella and go sweep the floors.'
Snow White said 'Your life must suck! '
So, I said ' You live with 7 en and you don't even make a buck! '
Sleeping Beauty said 'Your story needs work on the happy part'
'Why thank you Sleeping Beauty, Bless your heart'
Then I just broke into laughter,
'At least I wasn't asleep for my happily ever after! '

Submitted: Sunday, October 28, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 29, 2012
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