The Cursed Bangle by johnr0x17

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as a piece of tapestry, woven into a cloth
my life seems utterly dreary when I gird it on
my helmet, and yet see I what villany is this?
who would be you, who standeths so mighty on my head, who would be you to wish me dead. Who would be you to tread water upon thine head.
what tantrums are so vile, what tremors so cruel, as the expresive bengle incites its deceit like a jester’s bauble, born unto birth to bleed the scene with comic serene.



The “countess” in this work is a general musing for all men to have a “countess” in their life. Therefore what makes a better fit to any man than royalty? Though the allusion and the parable behind it is this: be realistic and dont go after dukes, princes, or whatever. But to just be you and prosper with what you have to offer.

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  • John Douglas
    John Douglasover 6 years ago

    beautiful image and words

  • Thank You Your Work seems rather splendid.

    – johnr0x17

  • Michelle Boyer
    Michelle Boyerover 6 years ago

    Nice work

  • May all your hopes and asperations be with you all the days prayed by a dearing god.

    – johnr0x17

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