Ode the times I hid behind the rock,
Of a strange forest in the middle of the night.
I had stolen an ice shaped heart lock,
And ran to be hidden, with all of my might!
Ode the times I was chased,
By a wild Griffin flying high above.
A hundred red caps on the land I faced,
With a sword of ice, a prince, so loved!
Ode the times I bled,
The nights I was attacked by Pixies.
They shouted and screamed; in their eyes they saw red,
As they tried to pry from my hands their blunts of magic like hungry hippies!
Ode the times I loved,
The prince with the blue eyes and crystal lips.
For he had left his icy home; unscarred and white gloved,
With his eyes on my breasts and his hands tight on my hips!
Ode the times that I drowned,
In the blue beaches of the icy fairy land.
Only a gurgled sound, the prince had found
My face deep in water and my hands deep in sand!
Ode the times I was killed,
Because the ice prince had left my castle.
Only despair, hatred, and loneliness my heart was filled,
With the darkness of death at the hassle!
Ode the times I was in battle,
For my lost Ice prince I set out to find.
And when I found him, I only saw the shadow,
Of the other girl I once was; shy, lovely, and kind!
Ode the time I hid behind a rock,
Staring at the prince with fury in my heart.
With the stolen ice shaped heart lock,
I gave it back with a furious butt fart!
Ode the time I saw him faint,
On the floor so beautiful, fragile, and white.
My poo on his face, my love, like paint,
He was out for vengeance as I ran in utter delight!