how fairy tales are written

February 17, 2010

 

 

The birds are singing outside. Hard. They throw their voices. I think, Are they actually on the balcony? I open the blinds. The bird actually on the balcony says, Oops! He scoots between metal barriers, aka balcony struts. I say, Oops! And slide away and shut the balcony door.

The birds are singing harder now. They beat the giant.

This is how fairy tales are written.

 

where the art work comes from :
that is from eugenio recuenco

4 Responses to “how fairy tales are written”

  1. Shamama said

    Great image, enchanting tale!
    (You DO know that the story is all about the Princess and the Pe(nis), don’t you? ;)

  2. Kym said

    On Ash Wednesday, the day after the excesses of Fat Tuesday the birds can defeat most humans with just their voices. As with most battles, the key to success is timing.

  3. max said

    Birds are wily like that.

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