My Prince And Me
Today I watched a movie,
A fairytale, The Prince and Me.
The story was so very sweet and romantic,
And watching it brought back memories of you.
In the story she found her true love,
And he whisked her away on his dark horse.
Their love for each other was so strong,
A bond that was impossible to break.
I thought about you throughout the entire movie,
And the happy memories that we shared.
When I saw that the couple had a happy ending,
The tears fell down my face uncontrollably.
Cause I miss you so much,
and I want you back.
And to be together with you,
Living happily ever after.
When will this fairytale dream of mine,
Ever come true?
When will you my Prince come take me away,
And ride off into the sunset with me?
Comments on this poem/writing:
|parthiban (220.127.116.11) -- Monday, April 12 2004, 11:33 am|
why u compared with the poem with picture.but it lost the realistic i think...the love based on the film..then how can get u?but the lines is very fruitful..i feel it...thank u..
|Martin V (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, May 12 2004, 09:38 pm|
By now, you know, I read your words as the passion of your pen instructs, and I hear you speak of a fairy tale of love.
I to, have a dream, moist and slippery, can't seem to catch up with my heart. I followed her heart, into my dreams, and I captured her, she was mine.
Then like you, the sun rose over my dream, just another day, but, a pretty day, I shared with my thoughts of you, once again my princess, faded with the morning sun.
Perhaps, if, our hearts, did not dream, could it be, we would have, nothing at all.
|stephany (22.214.171.124) -- Wednesday, March 2 2005, 10:51 pm|
i love it !!
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