The Princess Rozlynn: "There is nothing I wouldn't suffer if it would do him any good. I never thought any one could feel so. I used to think if I ... a princess. But that is not the way at all."

The Princess Rozlynn: "There is nothing I wouldn't suffer if it would do him any good. I never thought any one could feel so. I used to think if I ... a princess. But that is not the way at all." by Gaylon Barrow

ISBN10: 1453697381
ISBN13: 978-1453697382
Author: Gaylon Barrow
Title: The Princess Rozlynn: "There is nothing I wouldn't suffer if it would do him any good. I never thought any one could feel so. I used to think if I ... a princess. But that is not the way at all."
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 9, 2010)
Language: English
Size ePub: 1651 kb
Size PDF: 1499 kb
Rating: 4.5/5
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Subcategory: Mythology & Folk Tales

The Princess Rozlynn: "There is nothing I wouldn't suffer if it would do him any good. I never thought any one could feel so. I used to think if I ... a princess. But that is not the way at all." by Gaylon Barrow



You ask where you will find her. Beside the singing fountains, Where orange trees are blossoming and perfuming the air, Where the night is like an orchard, with orange blossoms shining, And the spirit of the fountains unbinds her wild strawberry-golden hair. Ask courage of the crimson bird and follow where it tells you, The talking bird that maps the long brown road to heart's desire. Pass by the groaning forests, and boars that speak in parables, And stop your ears as you approach the taunting realms of fire. Then, after chasm and abyss, and after crystal mountains That dazzle and confuse the mind like vertical green seas, You'll come at last beneath the trees of fragrant orange-orchards Where the princess in the shy blue lake bathes her soft white knees.

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