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April 26, 2016

Where is she now?

It's sad to have this last week of April be here.
I have enjoyed Magaly's Challenge SO much
I don't want it to end.

I guess I will have to keep writing and pairing
my writing to my art.
OR...maybe it's time for me to find my muse and get back to the abstract art I love
and pair my art to my writing?
Either way, like all things, it will work if it is meant to, right?

Today's prompt is "Beyond the Ever After".
You can read about it HERE
and also find others participating and follow their links!
I chose Little Red Riding Hood for my poesy today.

Where Is She Now?

Oh Little Red Riding Hood
You took so much care
everyday for your Grandmother
'Til she was no longer there

Oh Little Red Riding Hood
You grew up an enabling hot mess
Your mother was a drunk
And your brother could care less

Oh Little Red Riding Hood
I wish you could have seen
How much your father loved you
But he died when you were just three

Oh Little Red Riding Hood
That nasty wolf changed your life
You felt the need to be loved
And became that wolf's wife

Oh Little Red Riding Hood
From that wolf you finally ran
And found shelter and safety
In the big city, with a real man

Oh Little Red Riding Hood
What has happened to you now
You were so sweet, so smart
Now you run with the street crowd

Oh Little Red Riding Hood
That forest's a memory in your past
For it formed the life you have found now
as an enabling addict that will last.

So that's it for my poem today. Poor Little Red Riding Hood.

YOU have a GREAT day!
Thank you for stopping by.

Hugs, Rasz


Sanaa Rizvi said...


Amy said...

Wonderful job, Reality is there are not always fairy tale endings.

De said...

Love this. :)

Magaly Guerrero said...

Heavy drinking could sure explain the attitude of Little Red's mother. Poor Red, she had such a hard life. I hope now she's somewhere, enjoying good living, resting, and leaving the ugly behind.

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Dangerous fellows seem so exciting – until they turn on you.

Sharon Rawson said...

I never thought about it, but it sure makes sense that Red's mom was a mess and that was why Little Red had to look after Grandma!

Magic Love Crow said...

Brilliant Robin!!!

Khaya Ronkainen said...

Beautiful! Hope she found the her 'happily ever after', she deserves it. :-)