Her Prince in Gothic Armour

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this is about my friend and her love of Ville Valo a singer from a band....who she dreams they one day will meet.

This sounds a lot like cinderella in my opinion... but she wanted me to write something like that, but if tis is not as good as my other work i apologize I was half asleep writing this.

Please leave a comment if you are all unsatisfied. James Woodrow

Submitted: July 01, 2008

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THE TRUE STORY

He was her hero singing on the stage,

She was the fan singing in the crowd,

He stood singing his song with eyes gently shut,

She was there staring at him with love,

He opened them and looked back with smile,

She screamed and jumped with a certain style,

The eventful night come to a close,

Everyone leaves to go home to rest,

But one stays behind to catch a glimpse of the man,

The man she loves as her Prince.

THE FAIRY-TALE (there is no reason for this lol)

He was her Prince, His hair dark and thick like that of his shield,

His eyes an emerald green like that of his rings,

His shoulders broad like the wings of an eagle,

He was adored by thousands across the land,

"The Gothic Prince"

She was his washers maid,

Her hair blonde and limp like her old rags for clothing,

Her eyes of deep blue like the silk ribbon ion her hair,

Her lips a bright red like the rawness of her hands,

She was an unknown character in the community.

"The poor washers maid"

One day they shall meet,

And for a short while both will share an unforgettable moment.

"The Gothic Prince and his poor washers maid".


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