Our story continues:
And so it did. The villagers and the ladies played and reveled and danced and sang for 90 days and 90 nights, so much had they missed their music, and all the birds returned to the kingdom. The king was furious at first, and tried to order everyone thrown in the dungeons, but since all the guards were dancing, there was no one handy to do the throwing. There were no cooks, since they were all at the ball, so the king had to make his own peanut butter-less sandwiches with no French fries at all, but he could barely keep them down since the sight of redheads and tattoos and same-letter marriages popping up everywhere was making him positively ill. Oh, he was a grey and wretched mess!
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Hassada is part of the Magic Masquerade Train hextych and is offered here individually.
The original is constructed of hand cut, hand assembled vintage images on a hand painted 4” x 6” x 3/4” gallery canvas and is accented with black grosgrain ribbon, Dresden trim, rivets and a crystal, and may be available here:
This original artwork and story are copyright Ramona Szczerba 2012. Copyright to this material is in no way transferable with the sale of this item. The buyer is not entitled to any reproduction rights – neither image nor story can be reproduced without my express written permission. Thanks!