Poetry · Re-blog

Grimms Fairytale Version – Cinderella – Pantoum Poetry – Part 1

This is absolutely wonderful, Elsie! I am waiting for Part 2, impatiently… but don’t mind me. 🙂

Thank you for responding to our invitation. Thank you for sharing. The excitement is growing. Happiness!

Enjoy reading, everyone!

Ramblings of a Writer

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Cinderella’s mother gave her precious blessings on her death-bed which were never forgotten
Always remain good and kind and god will protect you
She visits her mother’s grave every day to grieve and some years goes by
Now the gentleman that was supposed to be her father remarries

Always remain good and kind and god will protect you
Cinderella remember her mother’s teaching and remained blessed
Now the gentleman that was supposed to be her father remarries
Those two mean step-sisters banish her to the kitchen

Cinderella remember her mother’s teaching and remained blessed
She had nothing to wear but rags they called her ash fool
Those two mean step-sisters banish her to the kitchen
With no place to sleep but by the ashes to keep her warm

She had nothing to wear but rags they called her ash fool
Despite all this, she remained good and kind as her…

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3 thoughts on “Grimms Fairytale Version – Cinderella – Pantoum Poetry – Part 1

    1. A huge pleasure from me. I’m really enjoying reading the different takes on what I had always known only as a classic fairytale. It seems so difficult to do it in poetry so this is amazing! 😊💖

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