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Snow White's True Love

A fair face as white as snow cold
A pair of lips as red as blood bold
A dark hair as black as coal
A pretty girl who had a kind soul

She was Snow White who lost her own mother
Then she got a cruel stepmother
Who had a magical mirror, it said things to bother
It told that she was not the fairest but another

She sent a man to kill snow white
Who lived with seven dwarfs so nice
Then she came by hiding her face
Gave a poisoned apple to hide Snow White's grace

As the girl felt like her head going around
Poor Snow White fell on to the ground
A poisoned half of apple is what the dwarfs found
They cried and cried with a sorrow sound

Her love, the royal prince was passing by
And saw her dead body and felt to cry
With all his love he softly kissed on her lips
The girl woke up and true love was the tip
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Submitted by Methmi on March 01, 2021

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Methmi Mandara

Methmi Mandara is a 14 years old (2021) poet who completed primary education at Sujatha Vidyalaya Nugegoda and now studies at Gothami Balika Vidyalaya, Colombo Sri Lanka. She also a writer and a translator more…

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