The Royal Wedding

Once He sent to earth,
A pretty princess in red,
To be cared by Mother,
In a nourishing soft bed.

From handsome princes,
She wished to choose,
A groom who’d love her,
Like morning to a dew.

First suitor soon arrived,
Made her blossom soon,
She began to love him,
Like stars to the moon.

Alas, it never happened,
In a trice, he was away,
But arrived, the second,
Scorching lonely days.

He possessed a warmth,
But she withered away,
But her prayer He heard,
And short was this stay.

For a breath of relief,
There remained no time,
With a shower of love,
Arrived the next in line.

All her scars of before,
He washed very quick,
His cool touch, she liked,
But even he didn’t stick.

With a strong icy breath,
He made her to shiver,
A white blanket, he gave,
No stop to her quivers.

No prince did stay long,
All wanted her as bride,
She died; reincarnated,
But still the princes tried.

She asked Him future,
A wedding was in store,
Soon she was betrothed,
Wife to the princes four.

Written for Thursday Poets’ Rally, Week 33, November 18th to 24th.

Poetry & writing are to me, a breath of fresh air in a life that is sometimes covered by the smoke of sorrow or self doubt. They also become the sweets I share to celebrate when life offers me a reason to. But most of all, they are to me, my life. For each word I write is a piece of my heart, a thought that just had to find its way into the world.

80 thoughts on “The Royal Wedding”

  1. Now that Royal wedding season happens year after year and you have put it so well!! Excellent flow and the subtle humor, is so delicate and precise that according to me, it is a perfectly enjoyable and entertaining poem!! Would surely love to read more of these amazing ones again 🙂

  2. >Scaling the walls…
    >Escaping from the clutches of those vicious guards you’ve positioned at the gate…
    >Charging over the drawbridge…this Knight
    …came gate-crashing to your Royal Wedding…
    Just to say…
    Congratulations!! 😀 😉 You’ve taken that step at last…
    …and written a ‘my-kind’ of poem!! 🙂
    Loved it!! 🙂

  3. she died,
    the prince tried,
    that’s what no one can hide…

    sad story, beautifully told.
    Thanks for the contribution to poets rally…
    have fun! 🙂

  4. Leo that poem is awesome!!!! It’s ever woman’s dream….to be married to someone who will wash away the pain and scars that she had by her man…

    • thank you very much, Haisley.. I was speaking metaphorically of course, with the princess in question being a red rose 😉 glad you could also relate in terms of a woman’s dream…

  5. betrothed to the four princes? is that possible? is it allowed? and where on earth?

    i love your poem in a sense that she didn’t give up at all…til all four were betrothed to him?

    lovely poem…;-)

  6. LIked the tale very much! It was somehow surprising…thank you for sharing it with us, Leo. And I like your “Intro” about yourself – we are all eternally students, aren’t we?

  7. Beautiful poem…
    The princess Rose and The 4 princes….
    I feel this is a simple,elegant,romantic and thoughtful poem…
    I love the way you have described what the seasons does to the rose…
    Very brilliant …….

  8. awesome piece!!! it totally sucked me in! sorry to be so late in returning the comment from week 33 life got crazy busy! happy holidays!

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