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Damsel in twilight years...LOL!
by Vesna * Vanessa
Wednesday, April 13, 2005
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This has become a rofl!


An image of you permeates my mind
yet nowhere within can I find
the knight that rides that White Horse
perhaps it's my imagination that's coarse

I have dreams of you
my blazing knight
wondered how you'd free me of this plight yet
knowing full well this damsel in distress
should by now  free herself ..of the  mess

'Tis sad to see this princess in her twilight years
still cringing ..yet holding tight her fears
perhaps she feels happiness is for another
 not for her.. lest she should blunder
into fields not her own
Oh dear !..She's become a crone!

So what now.. is our damsel going through
she cries and laughs ..not knowing what to do
her knight still roams the mind's plane
and off ..into the sunset again

Go!..Oh splendid Knight!..
do not fear
for the princess will always hear
the sound of your horse's hoof
hmm..then she'll disappear again...poof!!*
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Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/14/2005
This is wonderful, I love it and i look forward to following your next works. Glad you came to visit my site so I could discover the beauty of yours.

Reviewed by SilverCeltic Moon 4/14/2005
Great poem!!! Don't we all wish for that white knight! I can just hear Bonnie Tyler's Holding Out For a Hero in the background as I read this one. Good job!!! ;) Silver
Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader) 4/13/2005
this is romantic and such a way all we princesses in our twilight years feel. How rude and depressing to be given that awareness that I'm there.(:C)You'd think I'd have freed myself.
This really is absolutely great!! the ending... Perfection!!!(c:)
Thanks so Very much!
Marvelous !
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 4/13/2005
Wonderful write, Vesna! This is so interesting!

Sandie Angel a.k.a. Sandie May Angel :o)
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/13/2005

LOL--too cute!

I'm waiting for a knight in shining armor, but the older I get, shoooo, I'll take one in rusted armor!!!!!!! As long as he can still lift his...LANCE! I was going to say lance, HONEST! LOL

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 4/13/2005
LOL adorable write :-)
Reviewed by frank mounam (Reader) 4/13/2005
so i'm no longer that mythical knight
haunting your dream's idylic maze
know well it's all YOUR projection
anyway and in either case!

wake up to who YOU are
whereupon you'll surely see
who and what we BOTH have been:
soaring in love's majesty!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/13/2005
Vesna, this is filled with humor, a spoof with charm,
and a touch of whimsy.

Reviewed by J. R. Corbin 4/13/2005
where are the windmills when you need them? Thanks for the smile... :)
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 4/13/2005

'A friend on a steed is a knight indeed' ... exceptional work!!


Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight* 4/13/2005

May your knight come upon his steed
with hooves that pound to the rhythm
of his heart which beats only for you.

Reviewed by Dale Clark 4/13/2005
and the knight must be gray headed and bald and his
steed must be sway backed. lol Here I come Fair Lady
Granny. ;)
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 4/13/2005
As long as The Knight still roams the mind's plane, it's possible he still roams the world, too.
Reviewed by Mary Quire 4/13/2005
Very interesting. I enjoyed the imagery you have created within this poem. So many wait for that knight...

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