Fractured Fairy Tale



The gist:
she got kissed.

Bibbidi bobbidi boo, she wished.
(Shoe fit. She wore it.)

Hard to resist zealous prince.
Dismissed jealous sisters hiss.

Royal romantic tryst.

Happily ever after wedded bliss.

She, the bee’s knees
he aimed to please.

………….Plot twist:
………….he missed.

 

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21 Responses to Fractured Fairy Tale

  1. Grace says:

    This is fun to read out aloud: Bibbidi bobbidi boo, she wished.

    Love the twist in the happily ever after wedding bliss De ~

  2. Ha… that would be a historic twist to a miss the miss.

  3. Very cute and clever! Fractured fairy tales are so much fun.

  4. Loved this fun take–the finale, just great.

  5. ZQ says:

    Haha 🙂 Neat!

  6. lillian says:

    Laughing out loud I am!!! What a fun fun read! I do love a fractured fairy tale and I am definitely of the generation that relates to the bee’s knees! 🙂

  7. mtw says:

    i love the rhymes – they give such a whimsical feel to this short, sweet, and decisively succinct poem.

  8. Rosemary Nissen-Wade says:

    Oh dear! The unexpected.
    Deft write.

  9. Bodhirose says:

    Uh oh, too bad. I once wrote a twist on Cinderella’s near miss with her new demanding mother-in-law…no, thank you!

  10. Bryan Ens says:

    He missed. That made me laugh! Great use of rhyme!

  11. She says:

    You’re so creative, and your rhyme and rhythm are always so captivating. This is perfection. Outstanding work, as always.

  12. kanzensakura says:

    He missed! After trying so hard he still didn’t get it. Great rhymes …Dismissed jealous sisters hiss…what a great line! So much great stuff going on with the words, rhythm, and rhymes. Most enjoyable

  13. The ending made me laugh out loud! Super duper “De” rhyme!
    I thought I was the only one to say “bibbidi bobbedi boo” today. I work with toddlers and it just slipped out of my mouth while I was putting on their bibs for lunch. 🙂

  14. Sumana Roy says:

    aw…a miss is a miss…fun read…

  15. kim881 says:

    A wonderfully cynical twist to a fairy tale, De! And I love the reference to the Disney version!

  16. Patti says:

    I love the playfulness in this. Fun!

  17. othermary says:

    Oh, this is sharp, clever and probably true! Good one De!

  18. Bekkie says:

    I agree with Mary very clever! Loved it!
    Bekkie

  19. Truedessa says:

    Well, the glass slipper fit and Cinderella found her prince but, the happily ever after is up in the air…

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