Sunday, December 21, 2008

The First Visitation of the Ghost Bride was on the Solstice

Dreams of first snow, of ivory satin and a ghost bride appeared on the solstice, luminous and glowing. Princess Haiku, said the ghost bride, I am perfect beauty and you are invited to the wedding. An invitation hand written in black ink on thick ivory paper appeared on her pillow.

Suddenly awakening, Princess Haiku reached for the mysterious envelope but alas, the ghost bride and the invitation vanished into fragmentary light.

The poetic text, cried Princess Haiku, the secret location, the guests, the garden must be revealed.

Be assured that there will be a wedding and we are all invited. More to follow....


goatman said...

Hump-day it be!! Welcome Solstice with warmer days and sunlight to brighten our outlooks.
It was 5°F last morning and to be 1° tomorrow morning; dogs are chilly, ducks (??who knows) and I am feeling the chill of the ages in my old bones. Must seek out fire. Oh to be on the coast with warming winds and moderation.

Have a nice holiday times Ms Princess.

Avid Reader said...

Merry Solstice, Merry Christmas Princess.

( the Golden dress is amazing, as pretty as a chrysanthemum)

Anonymous said...

Dear Princess Haiku,

Drats! Beautiful gown though. Maybe next solstice.

Have a happy holiday season and may the new year bring all your heart's desires.

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

Ooh, evocative, poetic and mysterious post, Princess Haiku - I do so hope all will soon be revealed!
Hope you're enjoying the holidays.

Jackie said...

Thankfully it is our Summer Solstice :)

Seasons greetings and may you have a wonderful 2009.

daydream said...

Oh, poetic prose is definitely a strong quality in you. I am left wanting more and more. Those picturesa re breathtaking and I think that this is powerful. So wonderful to read you again.

Anonymous said...

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Dorlana said...

Hi Princess,
Just stopping by to wish you happy new year.
I love the dresses - beautiful, yet spooky and mysterious at the same time.