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Saturday, June 13, 2015

the princess (tongue-in-cheek)...



princess noun prin·cess \ˈprin(t)-səs, ˈprin-ˌses, (usual British) prin-ˈses\

~@~

before i go any farther,
i want to make things 
perfectly clear...

katherine elizabeth berrong 
is 
a princess!

if you don't believe me,
just ask her.

she will tell you 
her little father 
is 
prince john,
the son of 
king charles and queen i'ez
of cairo.

she'll share with you
her dad
lived 
a rather amazing life...
climbing
(and falling from) 
the tallest trees,
swimming
(butt naked)
the most 
treacherous
ponds, 
and
breaking 
the wildest of stallions
(tamest of ponies)
in
henderson county,
a shire 
located in the 
kingdom
of 
kentuckistan. 

she will 
in fact 
confess 
she is a 
double-princess.
for her princess-mom 
(the mother of the bride)
is 
the 
great-
great-
great-
granddaughter
of an indian princess
on her mom's
father's
mother's 
side.

princess.katherine.elizabeth.

grew up 
on nightly
stories of 
a rich, royal,
heritage...
she claims as
hers.

~@~

yes, she is,
indeed,
a princess.
everyone who knows
or 
who has ever met 
her 
is aware.
even abroad 
she is known as

the.princess.

~@~

sometimes it's difficult
to keep her 
reigned in...
to keep her
grounded.

perhaps,
this is why 
she has ultimately 
chosen 
rooftop.wedding. 

(to be continued...)

love and God's blessings,
the mother of the bride xxx