Bertillia J. Wallace

(Suffera, New York, USA)

The Royal Spanish Beauty Meets The Evil Beast - Poem by Bertillia J. Wallace

It was a most accidental meeting indeed.
The surroundings most frightful.
The most grotesque human beings
She had ever beheld
Beasts as he!
Dantes was a mere comedy.
Such a dismal frightful realm of evil.
Truly 'Twas abyss on earth.
How terrified she was.
Why was this very lonely beasts gaze
Upon the royal spanish beauty?
Such Hatred she never beheld or understood.
Truly affrighted she remained.
They meet! she remains his Royal captive wife.
Till death shall part!
Moral of the story is "Royal spanish
Beauties never meet Evil beasts Flee"!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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