I thought I recognized those! :-)
not a lot of fun being a princess is it? smiles.
@Brian...just ask Princess Di...
nice spin on a never ending classic.
Excellent, nailed it.
Cindy does what she wants, babe. This was a blast to read.
One of my dear friends swears she's "no friggin' Cinderella 'cause the corset's too tight and the shoes rub her raw. You said the same thing, more poetically!
Cinderella is fierce.Which is good, 'cause she's my fave :)
Run C, run. But sell the slipper first.Cheers,Casey
I love the slipper shattering. Nice!
Ahhh the Piazza di Spagna a place near and dear to my heart. I truly love your writing Rene.
damn fine writing..and so packed..great pete
good rethinking Cindy...run!!...Great write Rene..I love the whole piece..very nice...bkm
wow, this is excellent. I like the tone and the imagination.
I love your take on this. The shattering slipper lying in wait to hurt whoever comes upon the pieces. Great write!
out of little cornersand into the stardust dreamsof faraway lovers ~very nice
Wonderful and imaginative take on the beloved princess.
love the word flow.welcome and have fun today.A++
Loving your poems! Vibrant, visual, knife-at-the-throat stuff. Are those Diamond Dogs any relation to Bowie's?
nicely written! thank you for sharing this! my late potluck haha- http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2011/03/08/nectar-from-heaven/
Your poetry should be in people's hands. In our ears. On our lips. I haven't been reading my literary mags for about a year. Have you been submitting to them?
It's funny, Fred... to date this has been the poem I've had the most fun writing but it's tanked on two other sites where I've submitted it. It still remains one of my favorites. :)
"take back all the falderaland friggin' fiddle dee dee"love the combination of friggin and fiddle dee dee.now THAT is poetry.
Fun take on Cinderella! I like the "friggin fiddle dee dee" :) Beautiful writing.My Poetry Pantry Poem: St. Patrick Limerick
This was fun to read and your descriptions were great!http://judyidliketosay.blogspot.com/2011/03/ghost.html
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