Sara Stowell


Fairytale - Poem by Sara Stowell

Once upon a magic time,
On a fairytale world.
There was a lollipop forest
And a Beautiful Girl.

She lived in a gingerbread cottage,
On a marble fudge hill,
And you could smell the apple pies
Cooling on her windowsill.

Down at the lemonade river
She would spend her days,
With friends from the lollipop forest,
She loved the games they played.

In the games she was a princess
With a rock candy crown,
Who lived in the peppermint palace
Above the marshmallow town.

In the cotton candy jungle
An Evil Wizard smiled.
He'd been watching this young girl
Ever since she was a child.

He listened to her prayers,
Knew they might come true someday.
So he sent his goblin slaves
To carry her away.

Atop the marmalade mountain
There lived a Fairy Queen.
And in her crystal ball,
She watched the evil scene.

So she sent three good fairies
To stop the goblin slaves,
And bury them forever
In the peanut brittle caves.

In the cotton candy jungle
The Evil Wizard sneered.
He was banished to molasses swamp
As everybody cheered.

But in the lollipop forest
The girl just sat and starred.
Looking up to heaven
For an answer to her prayer.

Then from the peppermint palace
Came the son of a King.
He was searching for a princess
To wear his wedding ring.

He came to the lollipop forest
On that fairytale world,
Where he made a wish come true
For a Beautiful Girl.

It's a never ending story
About a Girl and a Boy.
Of love found in a fairytale
That brought everlasting joy.

They shared so much together,
The love and the laughter.
And as this kind of story goes,
They lived happily ever after.

© S.E.S


Comments about Fairytale by Sara Stowell

  • (5/1/2006 1:56:00 PM)


    This poem is a little to happy, and makes you thim=nk about how many flaws are in your own life. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 29, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, May 12, 2006


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