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Damsel in Distress
by Sanjana R Ramesh
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
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Its a conversation between a young prince and a princess. But when the dragon roasts the poor prince what does the princess do????

Oh! valiant prince,

So brave, So kind.

Rescue me from tall tower,

Where flowered stems have shun to wind.

Oh! beautiful princess,

Never fear.

That dragon will never stand a chance,

When I am here.

Oh! fearless prince,

Thou art truly brave.

A damsel in distress,

Thou shalt surely save.

Oh! sweet princess

Thy words art truly charming.

But that fire over there,

is truly alarming.


Oh! brave prince,

That is the dragon's cave,

If thou art confronted,

make him thy slave.

Alas for the prince,

He was roasted on stake.

The dragon relished him thoroughly.

For salted prince pie he did make.


So what did happen to the princess???

Well this is what: No one dared to save her from tall

tower which the dragon was guarding on behalf of

the terrible hag, you know: The Witch???

So the poor thing had to do something, right???

Well, in the end she decided that all princes were

chickens and married the dragon because she thought

he was brave. And thats where we leave her: living happily

 ever after with the dragon and two monstrous babies





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Reviewed by Muhammad Al Mahdi 4/9/2012
Love it. And there's a fine trait of disillusionment in the fabric of the story, which makes it quite delicious. The verse-prose combination fits in nicely. I agree with Mohana Murali.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/4/2010
Interesting story twist, Sanjana. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Mohana Murali (Reader) 10/22/2009
Nice to read your poems.
Reviewed by Richard Arrington 10/14/2009
This is very good.
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