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Rating: 3.4

You always read about it:
the plumber with the twelve children
who wins the Irish Sweepstakes.
From toilets to riches.
That story.

Or the nursemaid,
some luscious sweet from Denmark
who captures the oldest son's heart.
from diapers to Dior.

That story.
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Rochelle Cashdan 10 May 2008

Even better than the orginal tale.

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Lyn Paul 05 December 2014

Like a love letter into an envelope, Like two dolls in a museum case .....Simply Amazing lines and amazing poem. Had to save this one.. for sure!

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Jayatissa K.Liyanage 15 December 2017

Narrating a fairy tale that had come through generations, in poetry form can not be that much like peanut eating. However, Anne has done it marvellously. She deserves very well the positioning. Congratulations. Thanks for sharing. X

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Deepak Kumar Pattanayak 15 December 2017

A heroine of a fairy tale or folk tale who is maltreated by a malevolent stepmother but achieves happiness and marries a prince through the benevolent intervention of a fairy godmother so beautifully told......simply amazing ......... thanks for sharing

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Chinedu Dike 15 May 2021

An interesting fairytale nicely crafted with clarity of thought and mind. A beautiful story told in eloquent finesse.

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An exciting poem about Cinderella, as only the poetess Anne Sexton can write that. She was suffering from bipolar disorder. A heavy disorder that led to her committing suicide. A brilliant take upon Cinderella. Most deserving as The Modern Poem Of The Day.

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The story of the neglected girl Cinderella is beautifully poetised

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Alexander Julian 15 December 2017

Why did she cut her toe off to date a prince? That's greedy and emo.

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Susan Williams 15 December 2017

Laughter with a stinger in the end. Excellent poem for people to read and read deep.

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will 30 April 2021

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