Kristinahh KIMBER

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Happily Ever After - Poem by Kristinahh KIMBER

I remember the millions of stories
of the damsels in distress
awaiting, loves first enchanting kiss
to gallop away
free from the wicked spell
the mermaid who did not speak a word
to be who the prince wanted her to be
the girl who gave her only wish
for the gown and the prince in the end
the beauty that only slept
deep in slumber, only waiting for the kiss of her non-existant death
the maiden who tasted the deathoning apple
asleep forever with the dwarfs by her side
to ride into the distance on the brilliant white stallion
happily ever after?
whats after happily ever after?
time can only tell, love can only wait
i thought you would be my prince
the one to take me far far away
to live, to learn, to love
forever and ever
happily ever after?

Comments about Happily Ever After by Kristinahh KIMBER

  • (2/4/2007 3:36:00 PM)

    I agree, nicely written and gives me something to think about. Though the whole prince charming, knight in shining armour thing is just an illusion you know, a fairytale is just that - a story.
    Keep on writing.

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  • (2/4/2007 11:15:00 AM)

    I love this one very nicely written (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 4, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 8, 2011

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