Prince Charming Turns Bad - Poem by Suzae Chevalier
Prince Charming Turns Bad
A Prince proposes to me wearing green,
he has the biggest eyes I’ve ever seen.
His hands are large and so are his feet,
he says nice words to me that are really sweet.
He offers me a flower and then a ring,
both sparkle real pretty with lots of bling.
Then we look deep into each others eyes,
his are so deep like a crimson blue sky.
Then we try to consummate our vows to each other,
he starts to change like totally into another.
Another person all together,
I wasn’t in for his kind of weather.
Then his skin peels and I see the real frog,
I can’t believe I was tricked by his delusional fog.
I soon realize it was all a dream,
I projected a person onto an amphibian.
So you wise up when you have kissed enough toads,
you sometimes have to take the very high road.
Written By Suzae Chevalier On December 23,2011
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