The Sacred Whims of Wildling Wood 

The forest floor is strewn 
with high-heeled shoes, for we 
rebel princesses have shucked 
our crowns and chucked 
our corsets and ditched  
the bibbidi-bobbidi
(boo)
ball
in favor of 
gentler things: 

mirror ponds 
(fairest of them all)
,
fiery dragon dances 
and fairy 
wings. 

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15 Responses to The Sacred Whims of Wildling Wood 

  1. Kir Piccini says:

    I got my haircut last night and had “fairy hair” put in as small tinsel extensions. it isn’t much but I feel the fairytale within my stressful, busy, chaotic days.

    This one spoke to me. I love those high heels but need to leave them behind on the 10,000 step days. 😉

  2. robtkistner says:

    All I can say is — Salagadoola mechicka boola… I liked this De! 🙂

  3. Shawna says:

    “in favor of
    gentler things:
    mirror ponds”

    Sigh. How beautiful—just the idea of it. Isn’t an enchanted forest the dreamiest thing?

    I also love the notion of sacred whims.

  4. Grace says:

    I love this De specially this part:

    in favor of
    gentler things:

  5. erbiage says:

    ah the forest! that can draw me from the castle

  6. De, this is so light and airy and playful- I love it!

  7. Starlingsson l'ermite says:

    Haha! Very hood! I love forests, and those wonderfully little tales. Well done, such fun..

  8. pvcann says:

    O yes to mirror ponds of whatever feeling, my response was back to early years and making fairy gardens in school with a mirror pond, gentler days.

  9. Love the rebel princesses shucking and chucking and choosing gentler tales.

  10. sanaarizvi says:

    “our crowns and chucked/our corsets and ditched/the bibbidi-bobbidi (boo) ball in favor of
    gentler things,”.. sigh I absolutely love, love this! 😀 You rocked the prompt! 💝💝

  11. Oh,.. I love this… how amazing to find those shoes and know that there are those who ditched them for the gentler things.

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