Happily ever after

The fort was no longer crumbling

nor did it wear the dilapidated look

the princess and the troll had had it restored

now it stood tall next to the gurgling brook

they had beget five healthy, strapping children

having been married for funfilled years fifteen

two each spitting copy of their parents

and one somewhere in between

every time they wanted to venture out

their father would utter a terse no

the kids had been barred from forays outside

for the fear of ridicule that would cause woe

but the princess was made of sterner stuff

she wanted her kids to bravely face the world
so she organised an open fort day

for them to meet people but remain unnerved

surprisingly most people barring a few

were accepting of kids and didn’t consider them queer

thus the princess, her troll and the kids

lived truly, happily ever after.

( this is the sequel to fairy tale and prequel to fairy tale)

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