How many lightbulbs does it take to change a princess?
None, they just shine wherever they go.
Add one wicked witch to blow her fuse
one loyal prince to rekindle her flame
one fairy godmother to remind her
she doesn’t need changing
and one feminist to tell her to grow up
and claim her sovereignty.
Rachael Clyne lives in Glastonbury. Her new collection, Singing at the Bone Tree, concerns our search for the wild self and won Indigo Dreams’, George Stevens Memorial Prize 2013. Rachael belongs to both local groups and the online poetry group, 52 Anthologies: Book of Love and Loss, The Listening Walk. Magazines: Poetry Space, Stare’s Nest, Interpreters House, Domestic Cherry. Collections: She Who Walks with Stones and Sings. www.rachaelclyne.com