As I sit here and stare into nothingness,
I feel your warmth beside me,
Even if you're not here,
Even if you might not exist,
I feel your presence and it calms me down.
Your chest against mine,
my hands around your waist,
my lips on your lips,
and my heart intertwined with yours.
I may never have the pleasure to meet you,
I may never deserve to greet you,
but in my mind I can create my own faith,
and my faith lays with you, my princess in distress.
I want to help you mend,
give you time to heal,
and make you smile from the moment you wake till you fall sound asleep.
You're my everything, but I might always get nothing.
You're my dream, but dreams don't always come true.
You may not wait for me, I can't expect you too either
It might be too late, it might be my faulth.
"Where do babies come from?"
One day you'll see a cutie
And little glitters will tickle
From your chest to your toes
Days will go by holding hands
Giving Eskimo kisses
Passing panties underneath
Family Thanksgiving tables
Until waking up with the cutie
Is the most stable part of your day.
Safe, like together in this bed
You two are a fortress,
Free, like you could run into the street
And he would stop traffic by breathing
To protect you
You'll sit across from him one night
Blushing over your dinner
Stir fry of everything you pointed at In the grocery store.
And through all that blush you'll ask
If he will be your daddy.
He will stand.
Cross the room
Kneel by you
Take your hand
When he smiles into you
Little glitters will tickle
From your chest to your toes
When he says: "Yes, Princess"
That's how babies are born.
The princess poem
With my sword and trusty steed
I shall rescue the damsels in need
I shall slay the fiercest of beast
I shall protect the princesses you see
The evil will come, on his drum he’ll play
I will destroy his army and seize the day
The beast is dead, the princesses are safe
Off to the castle to celebrate
Dancing and singing, laughing with glee
Eating a feast, drinking of tea
Then comes dear the reward that I seek
They say “I love you daddy” then kiss my cheek
You my girls put me in a wig then painted my face
Put me in granny's dress and made me bake
Laughing at daddy because he looked funny
The brightest of times and the sun was most sunny
If a chance to go back ever came to pass
To wear make-up and curlers and hear you laugh
I would not miss it for even the world
Because I am your dad and I love my girls.
For my girls, you’re grown up now
You always had such Pure Imagination, my little princesses
There once was a princess, as beautiful, intelligent and kind as could be.
One day a prince came along, but none of her kindness and beauty he could see.
Nonetheless she loved him more than all the planets and the stars in the sky,
but he treated her poorly, never appreciating her, and it wasn't until a few years went by,
that she kicked him out and realised how stupid she'd been,
she was sad, angry and alone, but after much self love and reflection,
that princess is now a Queen.
AFTER 20 YEARS DIANA'S STORY
NOW WILL BE TOLD
HERE ON AUSTRALIAN TELEVISION HER
LIFE AND LOVES WILL UNFOLD
I HOPE THEY REPORT THE
TRUE PRINCESS THAT SHE WAS
HER LEGACY AND DEDICATION
WILL LIVE ON BECAUSE
SHE WAS A PRINCESS THAT
LIVED LIFE FROM HER HEART
AND HER LEGACY AND DYNASTY
IN HER CHILDREN WILL NEVER PART
recently in a women's magazine
I read an article
about the Duchess of Cornwall
being most ungracious
toward Princess Mary of Denmark
the Duchess can be a very catty bitch
especially when Charles
is eyeing something of more appeal
but Camilla seems to have forgotten
her come hither days
when she was conducting
an affair with the Prince of Wales
under his wife's nose
the protocols in royal circles
have become less civil
and it is about time
she on her high horse
was more convivial
where the crown
and matters of state
the Queen should avail
her son's missus
of a polite dismount
There once lived a princess so sweet and so true,
Locked high in a tower of lonely perdue,
But as luck would have it, one summer morning,
A brave knight passed, pride and armour adorning,
Hearing the girl singing deep malady,
He declared in most majestic rhapsody:
"Maiden fear not, I will come up and free thee
And ride on like wind to take thee to safety!"
And thus did the knight chop the lock with his sword,
And kick down the door (a most elegant lord),
And swoop in and bow down and get on one knee,
With offer of hand declare: "Princess, you're free!
Climb into my arms, let me whisk you away,
Let all of your troubles and sadness here stay.
My steed awaits, my castle's in Tuscany,
You'll be happy and safe if you marry me!"
"Sir you are kindest for letting me out,
But the dragons who took me are still about,
They roam the forests and destroy all they see,
They burgle your dreams and discard your body,
I was most fortunate, I got out alive,
But they chased after me and so, to survive,
To stop them from gaining even more power,
I locked myself in the walls of this tower.
Marriage won't save me, nor kisses and delight,
The dragons, they follow all day and all night."
"I alone can smite them and alone I go,
For if you come with me, they'll kill you also."
The story is sad, but the moral is
You can't save the princess with true love's kiss.
The princess must go and the princess must fight
And save herself then, with all of her might.
And when she returns and the dragons are slayed,
Perhaps then she'll be ready for the plans you have made.
For all of the dragons were once knights like you,
Who turned into monsters that broke her in two,
She alone has the power and knowledge that
Will slay them, and all past destruction combat.
Until then, fair Knight, you mustn't resist,
Don't ignore the lesson and merely persist,
For if you continue and try to pursue,
The next dragon she slays, will bear the name You.
I nearly passed out... Or did I? Wait!
I need to help the darkness princess..
I must swim up!
I must save them all!
I emerge from the shadow filled pond that was formely a prison cell of some sort. It held captive the princess of darkness. They were all waiting for me! I felt all of their touch. I felt her hold me. I then felt her breathe. She wispered into my ear.. " Thank you... Please help me take my world back. Help me spread my benevolent darkness to this endless light. Pleaseeeeeee.. I need your shadow, I need your shade, I need your darkness to spread today. You are the Shadow savior.. The twilight song, The blessing of shades... " As she held me I noticed that my darkness started to spread into the air itself. I felt a shift inside my heart as I gave myself all to the darkness! I could now spread darkness without physical touch. I was now a dark star in a world of light. I grew and I grew.. The light beings were all trying to run away from me.. I was a singularity, I was a black hole! My sadness grew infinite! I was a sad shade and shadow! This world of light was no world at all! It was the very sun that gave life to us all. The dark princess laughed at my mistake.. She laughed at her deceit!!
COME ON KID!! COME ON KID!!! COME ON KID!!!!!!!!!
She is my everything,
she is wrap around
my little pinky
She is my everything,
she is wrap around my little
pinky she is my world she
is my little princess and
she is daddy little girl.
© Amanda Kay Hill
A moon princess
for her coronation:
She wakes early
every morning to
chant ancient songs,
remains a light turned
on, a bright good morning
from winter to spring;
leaves offerings of her
tears and laughter
at the alter with care;
fasted, washed her face
and hair and danced naked
in the stream from day to night.
After turning away from
herself she turns
back with rosy cheeks:
A moon princess
for her crown:
she wears the webbed
melody of singing
stars strung together,
she hums and resonates
her body begins to harmonize
her voice turns to gravity:
she can speak
she can think
she can hear;
her hand outstretched
to the people, her