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For many years my father told me I was his little Indian Princess, I believed his words, took them to school with me and told everyone I met I was his little Indian Princess. He often spoke of Love and someday I would have a White Knight to love me.
I've found him. I'm finally in love!
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A Princess's Love
|by Marie McPoil
When she was little her father said,
"You're a Little Indian Princess so fair,
so true, you'll know your Knight,
he'll come for you. "
But in her early life,
pain fell hard and fast,
she thought how for sure her
Knight was in the past.
Her years were long and hard,
times of love fell short of true,
until one day she met her Knight,
now those sweet dreams have come true.
The love they share is warm and sweet,
she's still mystified,
how he swept
her off her feet.
Her love for him is good and so true,
words can't express the love she has
so sweet, so new.
Her White Knight did come for her,
her fathers words were true.
The Happy Ending came at last,
her long sadness is in the past.
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