The Wrong Ending

September 27, 2017
By Soren BRONZE, Birch River, West Virginia
Soren BRONZE, Birch River, West Virginia
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Favorite Quote:
"Blessed be the man that spares these stones, and cursed be he that moves my bones."

-William Shakespeare

1616 His Epitaph

Once upon a time

There was a fairytale

And there was a little girl

The girl loved the fairytale

With the happy ending

And the handsome prince

But this happy ending was far from her own

For no prince on a white charger came to her rescue her

And with no one to save her and take her as their bride

She died alone in her cold damp tower

A repunzle long lost but not forgot

For a boy had loved her

But he was no prince

By the time he was indeed prince of all the lands

She had given up looking for the man on a white charger

And with her defeat she wasted away

Not but dust in the wind

The boy grew old and became king

But with no queen he saw no point in ruling such a kingdom

He gave up the land he worked for so long to gain

And sailed away to a new land

But look as he did for new beginings he was stopped short

For the goddess of death came to take him to his bride

And they lived enternally in the kingdom of Morta

The author's comments:

I hope this will let all of those going through a hard time in their relationship, that no matter what you'll end up with your true love in the end. One way or another.

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