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Sunday, 5 June 2011

Cinders Wishes



Cinders Wishes 

 

This is my fella 
To him I am his Cinderella
He adores me with such  a passion 
Working endlessly to figure the latest fashion 
What he seems to
 forget 
 That time, love perhaps a walk in the park
Would make my heart sing  
like the sweetest skylark
Not trying to sculpt my perfect shoes 
For,
Love
Is what my Prince Charming 
Could lose !




Many thanks to Rob Hanson for the use of the wonderful picture !


12 comments:

  1. ha. nice play on the fairy tale...the perfect shoes eh? i know quite a few women that might make happy smiles.

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  2. "This is my fella
    To him I am his Cinderella"

    Such a cool opening! Love how you spun this into an admirer's tale that both praises and chides a little bit. Very nicely done.

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  3. beautiful - thanks for the cinderella smile...whisk him away from the perfect shoes and kiss him senseless...smiles

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  4. I love taking the story of Cinderella and applying it to the photo. Well done.

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  5. Too often love is lost spending too much time doing something other than the simplest things - lovely - Steve

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  6. A fun, clever take on that fairy tale. It complements that picture so well.

    Richard

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  7. I have always liked Cinderella - and the idea of the perfect shoe. True, sometimes company/words/concern could be a better form of cultivating a relationship.

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  8. Just beware the little elves that sneak out after bedtime! Sorry, couldn't resist! A great response to the prompt...very sorry to have missed this one :(

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  9. Great ! I Love this one :)

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