Princess Pop and the Bubblegum Dragon

 

Princess Pop
f
e
l
l
for a hubba-bubba-bubbling
dragon.

He ballooned. She swooned.

Those bubble-oons were,
luckily, filled with goo
(and laughter).

And the moral of the story
is just exactly this:
never ask a Bubblegum Dragon
for a little kiss.

………………..(And they all lived
………………..yuckilyeverafter.)


..
Still having some fun with today’s Q. Come play! 

 

 

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15 Responses to Princess Pop and the Bubblegum Dragon

  1. Ha… there will never be anything little with a hubba-bubba dragon.. this was fun.

  2. Delightful – so playful. The appearance on the page is wonderful, and the wording is great.

  3. Ali says:

    Oh my gosh, I love this like crazy. 🙂

  4. Frank Hubeny says:

    Nice word: “yuckilyeverafter”

  5. Beverly Crawford says:

    Gosh, it’s good to be awash in whimsy and humor, after a dreadful week. Good one!

  6. V.J. Knutson says:

    “yuckily ever after” – bravo!

  7. Gina says:

    how amusing and such fun! I loved this. not even a blow kiss, that would be disastrous!

  8. Mish says:

    Loved the playful rhyme and how Princess Pop
    f
    e
    l
    l

  9. Never knew I could
    f
    a
    l
    l
    in love with a poem.

  10. Ali says:

    This is seriously Classic De. You are so kid-play fun and clever and creative. I wish I could discover you all over again.

    I tried writing a quad, but it got way too long and didn’t want to house the word “yuck.” I’ll try again in a minute, but the other isup on my blog.

    Love you. 🙂

  11. rothpoetry says:

    Very cute in a yucky sort of way!

  12. Waltermarks says:

    I loved that they lived yuckily ever after, at least till the flavor wore off.

  13. gillena cox says:

    😊another nice one. You are on a roll

    Much love…

  14. Ha! I love it! On Thursday, at Toads, I have an un-fairytale prompt….this would fit right in!

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