Princess Revelation

(It hit her like a Tanka.)

 

She expected him
to be her knight in armor,
sweep her off her feet.
But in time she found the ground
held a strong sword of her own.

 

 

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26 Responses to Princess Revelation

  1. brian miller says:

    ha love the parenthesis…and i am glad she found her own strength in the end..

  2. claudia says:

    nice..love the title and the parenthesis as well…sometimes it needs a bit until we discover our real strength..

  3. So true for so many princesses, if not all 🙂 A short and bitter-sweet fairytale. Love it.

  4. Penny says:

    Ooh, ouch! I’m sure you’ve been on the inside of my life somehow! Love this. penny x

  5. And a lovely tanka it is! Love it! Nice job, De! 🙂

  6. Shawna says:

    Ha! Love your subtitle. 🙂

  7. Lindy Lee says:

    No knights in shining armor or amour…

  8. I like the revelation ~ Thanks for sharing De 🙂

  9. It’s not often that I don’t know what to say, but I guess this says it all.

  10. Love that she found her own strength.

  11. lolamouse says:

    Love the humor in your subtitle! Finding our own solid ground is sometimes difficult but in the end, better than waiting to be rescued!

  12. True that!! Empowering. I love the vision you’ve created here, De.

  13. Susan says:

    Recovery can be instigated by a tanka or a let down

  14. Love it! Your subtitle made me smile!

  15. Made me smile, and it’s so real and true.

  16. Brilliant… a whole little story on that happy ever after myth

  17. She is strong … I like that. 🙂

  18. Helen Dehner says:

    … isn’t it wonderful when reality hits …..

  19. Ellen says:

    I love those strong roots 😀

  20. love this De, that inner courage we must all muster at times.

  21. Margaret says:

    From dependent to independent. Love it!

  22. I think I read it more accurately this time … the “her” is the ground … I read it as if the ground is holding the sword, the guy knocks the princess off her feet, and she falls on the sword. I read it as if he destroys her, metaphorically speaking.

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