Icicle Queen

Poem By Tabetha Qriste

whimsical woman
icicle queen
dreaming up visions
but too cold to believe
your fanciful childhood
was invaded by truth
slapped by reality
and robbed of your youth
tell me ice queen
what he did do
tell me how he was able to freeze
and make an ice sculpture of you
tell me of those blissful summers
that he stole away
tell me how you became as winter
and was crowned ice queen that day
tell me how he forced you to sit
upon that throne so cold
and tell me how you became queen
at only ten years old

Comments about Icicle Queen

Very well done! It seems to have come directly from your heart.
This is a masterful poem. Well done.

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