Fairytale Ending - Poem by Cabaline xxx
You all know how the story goes.
The charming, dashing prince,
fights the fire-breathing dragon,
in order the win the heart of the,
fair, beautiful princess, then they-
contented souls- live happily ever after.
Well, this prince is far from princely.
In terms of stereotypical charming-
his charisma cannot be seen by any,
other than me. And Dashing? He can be,
Gentle, Kind and thoughtful, however,
a ruthless fighter- he is not!
This princess is far from elegant also.
Fair she cannot be, when she is so,
clumsy, loud and frequently dim-witted.
Beautiful she is not either, but she
contents herself with her flowing locks,
which more than make up for her lack,
of height or any distinguishing features.
The prince seems oblivious to anything,
the princess says or does. The hints,
thrown his way, are lost in the short space,
between their hearts. The princess,
is equally blind, to anything which comes,
her way. They serenade eachother,
with cunning, strategically written words,
but unheeded they go.
This is not how the story plays out,
in regular fairytales. But in real life,
fairytales do not exist, and our story,
is commonplace. However, is it possible,
that these souls can be contented, and,
receive the happily ever after they deserve?
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