Once Upon a Time

There lived a captive young fairy Princess

Held in ethereal castle made of sky

So tethered was she

The castle of sky had her bound

In ghastly chains against she could not prevail

The captive young fairy Princess

Was at a loss for a remedy

Without a dashing young Prince

Who was ensnared useless foreign in wars

Without surcease

But the tale of the captive fairy Princess

Charmed the very heart

Of the dashing young Prince

Who left his legions

To fare how e’er they may

Whilst he endeavored to liberate

The beating of his heart

In the ethereal castle made of sky

The dashing young Prince heard the call

In his heart of hearts

From his useless foreign wars

Without surcease

It was an arduous Odyssey

The dashing young Prince undertook

Endeavored to liberation

Of the captive fairy Princess

Who had stolen his heart of hearts

From afar

With her magic she had stolen it

To fetch him hither to help her

With her ghastly chains she had binding her

In her ethereal castle made of sky

The great distance and the ghastly chains

Became nothing to either the lover or his lass

With the strength of four hands and two hearts

The dashing young Prince

Swept the no longer captive fairy Princess

Out of her ghastly chains made of sky

Upon his valiant white steed

He fetched her

Then made her his eager bride

And they lived happily ever after

George Geisinger

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About geostan51

I'm a wordsmith and a craftsman. I've been known to hand crochet just about anything escept granny squares. I've got about twenty titles in my name on the Kindle Store at Amazon.com.
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