Saturday, March 15, 2008

Shahrazade's Wedding, Part XX

"The Beowulf of Wedding Planning" -Actonbell

Listen to the story in ruined Cyrenaica.

The Prattler is having formatting issues. That was fun, though, right?

Or, read the story among the Berbers.


TLP said...

"a wink at each of his men.... I think we're the ones being winked at.

Wonderful episode. This is so much fun.

TLP said...

And FIRST! All others having tired of checking and re-checking your blog today....

Doug The Una said...

TLP, first suits you although the competition's light today.

Actonbell, if only I knew a thing about clothes. Remember the guards were sent back for the various colored silks and, um, picture the dresses from Cana in those colors and we're there.

Jamie Dawn said...

Never underestimate the power of a wink.
Especially the wink of a beautiful, well perfumed woman.

It's good to know that Leili has her dress. It was quite an ordeal to get it. Taylor came through! Or was it the tailor that came through for her?


Anonymous said...

Awed, the guards stood as
the princess rescued herself
with her wits and a wink.

mireille said...

Um, any idea what that perfume was? Or where it can be purchased? xoxo

Doug The Una said...

JD, would you wear a dress your son made?

Quill, A thousand words
Have already brought us peace
None written as haiku.

Mireille, is there a Persepolis? It might be that.

mireille said...

"Historical Background of Perfume & Perfume Manufacturing in Iran
By: M. Hossein Abrishami...In stone images of Persepolis Darius is shown while sitting on a nice chair with two scent bottles or incense bones in front of him, and Xerxes is standing behind him..." Boy, you are good. xoxo

Doug The Una said...

I'm better than good, Mireille. I'm lucky.

Anonymous said...

Doug, I am confused.
Wasn't my haiku wanted?
You did ask for it.

Doug The Una said...

Quilly, well you know
That the art of the Haiku
Nettles Erato.

G said...

Sounds like the dress for my wedding :) Loved this episode - I too wish there were pictures of the dress.

Anonymous said...

It boggles the mind.
Erato, weaver of love,
And The Dawg equate?

Cooper said...

Divine as always.
Your research skills, and or imagination, surpass mine, as does your storytelling of course.

Doug The Una said...

g, your guess is as good as mine. Bill Blass I ain't, whoever that is.

Quilly, consider
Eros is the Greek God of love
Erato, just a muse.

Nonsense, Cooper. Pretty sure I didn't win by research.

Anonymous said...

Erato named for Eros,
Wove the strands of lover's lives,
Until a sister snipped.

Minka said...

That Kassim needs to get "in touch" with a few more women. maybe you could show him Tuesday's word ;)

Bugger, I can't hear you read this story. Part of the fun goes away.

I believe the final episode is coming up next Saturday? Well, everything has its season I guess.