Children's Poems and Rhyming Story Ghastly Princess Gina by Maihri Patrick - Children's Stories Net

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  Ghastly Princess Gina
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The creaking hinges of the door
Squeaked noisily in the dark
And the castle walls began to groan
As footsteps crossed the hall
The air was cold and very still
A bitter wind did blow
Beyond the ancient castle walls
And chapel by the well
Overhanging cobwebs
Moved from side to side
As Ghastly Princess Gina
Flashed a ghoulish smile
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She hovered for a while
Above the stone clad floor
Then drifted casually towards
The narrow dungeon door
Her shadow crossed the chandelier
That hung from motley stone
And covered all along its path
In swirling pea green fog
The windows she rattled
And doors she all moved
And the chandelier rocked
As she swung round the room
The mist swirled around
The shackled old walls
Then rose and returned
To the great square hall
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The steps they all looked on in dismay
As the ancient black bolts were drawn back once again
By hands that no other had ever seen
As the ghoulish old princess let out a scream
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A shadow appeared at the foot of the stairs
And turned with the stone as it rose to the air
A queen of all hallows she had never been
She was just a mere memory of what could have been
A hint of white linen peered out of the seams
Of a ragged old ball gown once worn by a queen
But she was but a ghoul between the two worlds
Of magic and mayhem and forgotten spells
Her footsteps were heard above and below
And hysterical laughter as village folk ran
As the ghostly old shadow returned once again
To the site of a battle she could never win
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Away from the walls of the castle of stone
She melted away to a world unknown
Beyond the green treetops and dimly lit dells
She awaited her chance to break the spell

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