Twisted Fractured Fairytale

Twisted Fractured Fairytale

A Poem by Cyprian Van Dyke

“Everyone eats and drinks, but few appreciate taste.” Confucius


He was Dragon her under the desk

At the end of that bloody knife.

Was the ‘prince able’ to save her

From the warm out the ample bite?

One teach her, to - ok the plight,

Before this prom knight’s

Punchline was spiked.

Nov 25, 2023

© 2023 Cyprian Van Dyke

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Cyprian Van Dyke
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Aren't we all just waiting to be the warning parents tell their kids at night to make them behave? We always see ourselves as the hero slayer, right up until we realise that punch tasted a bit funny and we need a lie ...thump! ☺

Posted 1 Month Ago

A darkish poem with fine poetic medieval words and terms that enhance its charm.
A deep twist to the fairytales. Kudos!

Plz also read and comment my newest poem too.

Posted 3 Months Ago

i had to reread this twice. the wordplay in this was amazing.
multiple different stories being told at once.
{great piece.}

Posted 3 Months Ago

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Added on November 25, 2023
Last Updated on November 25, 2023


Cyprian Van Dyke
Cyprian Van Dyke


If you're not into reading but love movies, here's why you should give my poems a read: I've been told many times that my writing is cinematic. I love movies and video games and I really aspire t.. more..

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