The Dane

Elizabeth Ring Hennefrund

perches pleasantly, a lady-
respect her-
in tawny taut-and-soft courtly
coiffure. The honey one
enormously squatted on
an upholstered sofa, is
a Goya. In her
alertness, her
regal neck-arch, she is
elegance totaled.

Satired? Her warm gaze
and quick ears work
their assumptive
round her throne. She is
so sure of hierarchical rights,
dear overgrown
princess. In that
haunch-awkward pose, the proud
racer but slightly encumbers her
overland graces. Oh,
this girl is
powerful, and she well
guards her realm.
And we--we regard her
far more sincere
than our own.


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