The Evil Queen’s Song

Here’s a little ode to one of the world’s most infamous villains, the evil queen:

 

They called me a monster.

They called me a witch.

They called me a hypocrite,

A bully, a snitch.

They called her beautiful,

A sight to be seen.

More beautiful than any,

Even me the queen.

But I got the last laugh!

Or so I thought.

For death spells I did not know.

Sleeping spells, I was taught.

The apple I delivered,

A tantalizing treat.

She fell with a mighty thud.

And, oh! Revenge was sweet.

And then came that cursed prince,

Who spotted her fair face.

She became his lovely bride,

Decked with silk and lace.

So here I am in the dungeon.

Penning this warning note:

When next you try to kill Snow White,

Throw her off a boat.

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