Fairy Tale Dreams - Poem by Moh Ishu
Fairies, witches, pixies and goblins,
Perhaps the dwarfs and Snow White;
Or candies and cookies in silver tins—
Oh my, what a sight!
Maybe once or twice, the hero dies
And tears roll from your eyes;
But, sad it is for the heroine,
Who all her life will sit and cry!
Sometimes a little wild it gets,
With dragons and unicorns—
It's a lot better than our TV sets,
Because it's you on the chariot, by stallions drawn.
Or you'd be the gallant guy,
The villain you'd punch and kick.
Perhaps you'd make the heroine smile,
Oh! How romantic….
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