Monday, May 23, 2011

Princess Murks is a princess

Princess Murks is a princess. Nothing new in this sentence. This is as obvious as any simple logical formula. Red apple is red colored, paper bag is made of paper, spring-flowers can be found during spring, etc.
But what does it really mean to be a princess? Besides wearing a crown, obviously. How does Princess Murks recognize that she really is a princess? Where does this conviction origin from?

Being a princess appears for Princess Murks mainly in coming-true dreams and wishes. Somehow it is so easy to think "Ooou, would be so nice if it would happen like this..." and it happens like this. Or, "Ouuuu, I so much would like to have something like this..." and Princess Murks is getting what she wishes for. Sometimes she gets even more than Princess Murks can imagine beforehand. All these small nice things are so easy to happen. They come so suddenly and so often that there is hardly any time to enjoy and appreciate one when the next one is already knocking behind the door.
The time is full of small happy endings. And seems like the life continues to go on happily ever after.
That is how it is to be a princess, to be Princess Murks :D.


Lea said...

You are writing very nicely, you royal highness!

Murks said...