Sally The Princess

Sally was a princess chosen for the throne
 but riders in the night took her out of sight now she's gone
 in the darkness they took her as a thief
 there lay frozen in time a reminder to shine

 their were kings and queens & guilotines
 dragons brewing in the mist a hero to quench
 there was a fight chosen for the crown so sound the alarm
 fading in the background the visual

 In the light of the midnight moon,
 I saw a sight so cold,
 A woman so fair,
 With raven hair,

 Her eyes knew visions untold,
 She took a tallsman from 'round her neck,
 And sang an ancient vow,
 Casting the charm aside,

 She let out a cry
 For wings she did grow
 And into the night,
 She took flight,

 'Cause a woman she was no more.
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Mario William Vitale

Mario William Vitale is a twentieth century poet. He has developed a style of free verse. Has written over one thousand poems. more…

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