Crystal A. McKain

(Ormond Beach, Florida, USA)

Only In A Fairy Tale


Cinderella had her prince,
Snow White was carried off into the sunset
by her true love.
Sleeping Beauty was awakened by a kiss from her
Prince,
And Jasmen married Alden.
Robin Hood ended up with his true love Madden Marian,
And Simba shared eternity with Nala.
In the end they all ended up with their true love's,
And they all lived happily ever after.
I sometimes dream that I was Cinderella or Snow White.
I dream that someday my true love will come and sweep
Me off my feet just
like their princess swept them
Off their feet.
I dream of the man who would love me for me,
The man who would believe in me and who would love
Me until the end of eternity.
But as another tear rolls down my cheeks I release
That such a man can only live in a fairy tale and
Not in reality

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Rookie purple moon (6/18/2007 1:01:00 PM)

    thats so sad, I'd still say that he's out there somewhere, but i think every woman feels like this sometimes. Where there is life there is hope! x
    nice poem. (Report) Reply

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