Monarchy Magical & Great Britain.
Returning from London,
with streets dressed in flags, endless shop displays adorned with little souvenirs all labeled with the young couple’s love & marriage,
from tinned biscuits and chocolates,
to fizzy alcohol
had us think of the importance of Monarchy’s role in people’s psychology and their sense of national identity.
The issue is controversial.
Some articles are pros
for the continuation of
the dynasty ,
and share many facts
that a Monarchy is necessary.
Other articles are against it.
But when you are exposed to all this richness, preparations,
media obsessed with
all the nitty gritty,
and all these retail displays, you get totally into that same excited mode.
Yet we wonder,
what is the need ,us human beings are holding dear to our hearts?
Is it our wishful thinking
for A Disney fairytale
and happily ever after??
a sense of hope to keep
colorful illusion and sense of confidence
we don’t want to let go of?
Do we live in a world that admires perfection even if it’s not real?
some call it plastic?!
What are your thoughts???
We didn’t receive our invitation for the wedding personally,
but we wish to congratulate the young couple,
to share years of love,
and hold their authority and power in truthful manner
As suites to their country and citizens and to the world to the best way they can.
We love London.
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