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 Princess Of The Pond
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Beneath the blades of tall grass green
She rules Her Kingdom, seldom seen
But now and then she does appear
To grace the pond she holds quite dear

Her mirror made of crystal waters
Of Fairy tales, Fairy Godmothers
Who walked the waters edge but time
Would now reveal the last of her kind

Innocence radiates in white
By water Lillie's and flowers bright
She looks to them for family lost
Amongst foliage that consoles cost

Her wings transparent too reveal
What once graced skies in flight she feels
Alone today and so she goes
To where once those they too would go

With crown floral and shoes so soft
She stays grounded and not aloft
To care for what was left for her
A Kingdom now where many were

She'll tend the grounds and too the flowers
Until the day and her last hour
Will bring to close her journeys end
A garden once where time she'd spend


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