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A smaller and simpler poem than what came before previously. Taken from the point of view of the witch, who kills Snow White. Since she's killed Snow White at the start of the fairytale; Snow White returns as a zombie... and still the mirror calls her the fairest of them all. 

It amazes me after 958 poems I've never written anything based upon a fairytale or its characters. Well I can finally say I've done one at least.
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C-A-Harland Jan 20, 2014  Student Writer
Great job at portraying the queen's rage against Snow White. I like how you've shown her efforts again and again to get rid of this girl, all to no avail. My favorite stanza would have to be the last one, when she at last returns to the mirror and sees that she still hasn't succeeded and Snow White is still fairest.
Dany1908 Jan 6, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
some kind of snow white spin-off written in a poem
must say is my first time reading in this composition and with your style imprinted ll over it came something good 

trailwolf Jan 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice topic, I have always liked Snow White spin-offs, same as with Alice in Wonderland. I like the perspective and the wording.
I really liked this. I think I reread it like five times just because I liked it so much
RufusMisser Dec 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
the perfect story
BookWormMK Dec 29, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
If I could suggest something- the 4th row in the first verse doesn't really need a comma. It detracts a bit from the flow.
Erin-Cobra Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Excellent as ever, but this is particularly good. I'm not surprised you managed to make something darker out of it; fairytales have some wonderfully ghoulish apects. The imagery in this is fascinating, especially with the red references.
DelightDreamer Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Wow this is astonishing work! Im into happy fairy tales but this is done excellent! Good work!Clap 
Although I'm still a fan of the happily ever after thing, I have to say great work. I like how this was written.
holy heck... that's pretty evil but cool anyway XD
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