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I have always believed in “fairytales”. I had a storybook relationship and wedding and children…. All in the correct order…………..  

My husband put me up on a pedestal so high that I couldn’t touch the ground….              

We lived Happily Ever After…. I thought….

Until one day I woke up and found that I had lost myself… was falling out of love with my life… I wanted a change….

That change I desired was a lifestyle… I desired it sooo deeply..I would cry… I had to figure out a way to again find that fairy tale in my marriage. ….So I DID!

A fairy tale there’s one that since I was just a small child that I loved sooo dearly….. 

I love “Sleeping Beauty” ….. What a lovely tale…  Action, turmoil and good conquers evil… just as it should be.

Aurora & Phillip Forever…………..

(Might make for a good role-play scene..)

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Once Upon a Dream

From: Sleeping Beauty

Music by: Tchaikovsky

Lyrics: S. Fain & J. Lawrence

Once Upon a Dream

I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream
I know you, the gleam in your eyes is so familiar a gleam
Yet I know it’s true that visions are seldom all they seem
But if I know you, I know what you’ll do
You’ll love me at once, the way you did once upon a dream

but if I know you, I know what you do

You love me at once
The way you did once upon a dream

I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream

I know you, the gleam in your eyes is so familiar a gleam
And I know it’s true that visions are seldom all they seem
But if I know you, I know what you’ll do
You’ll love me at once, the way you did once upon a dream

 

I read FSOG, and again, I wanted that fairytale…. and I am getting this fairy tale. My dreams are coming true…..

 

 

 

I look at the video and see a likeness to some sub friends and Flora, Fauna & Merryweather….

You know who you are…. LOL

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Tchaikovsky, Was liked by the Russian people because he always drew his ideas from the people…….

 

 

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Original Ballet Cast….

 

 

Tchaikovsky did not hesitate to accept the commission, although he was aware that his only previous ballet, Swan Lake, met with little enthusiasm at that stage of his career. The ballet scenario that Tchaikovsky worked on was based on the Brothers Grimm‘s version of Perrault’s work entitled ‘Dornröschen’. In that version, the Princess’s parents (the King and the Queen) survived the 100-year sleep to celebrate the Princess’s wedding to the Prince. However, Vsevolozhsky incorporated Perrault’s other characters from his stories into the ballet, such as Puss in BootsLittle Red Riding HoodCinderellaBluebirdRicky of the Tuft and Tom Thumb. Other french fairy tale characters to be featured are Beauty and the BeastPretty Goldilocks and The White Cat. Regardless, Tchaikovsky was happy to inform the Director of the Imperial Theatre that he had great pleasure studying the work and had come away with adequate inspiration to do it justice.

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There is even an exquisite witch in this movie………………. Maleficent………….. When I was small I would hide my eyes and peak through my fingers….. Her laugh would give me goose bumps…. Yet I thought she was just beautiful…. 

 

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We are yet to see another version of Sleeping Beauty this is the story of Maleficent, staring Angelina Jolie.

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A darker deeper side of Sleeping Beauty is a film made in 2011…….

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Lucy (Emily Browning) is a university student who holds a number of odd jobs: She volunteers as a test subject at the university medical research lab, works at a coffee shop, and makes photocopies at an office. She also attends a high-class bar, offering herself as a sex partner. Her landlord dislikes her and she spends her time visiting an aloof man, Birdmann (Ewen Leslie), who is attracted to her. Although she doesn’t return his affection, she appears to be happier when with him than at any other time.

Lucy responds to an ad and is invited to meet Clara (Rachael Blake), who describes the job: freelance silver service in lingerie. Lucy agrees and Clara tells her that she will never be penetrated during these encounters. Clara says she will call Lucy by the name Sarah. Lucy gets beauty treatments before arriving for the event. She is the only girl dressed in white lingerie; the other women seem much older, wear severe makeup and have black lingerie designed to reveal much more than to conceal. The event is a formal dinner party at an elegant home. Lucy serves drinks for the party and goes home with the money she made from it. After one other session as a serving girl, Lucy gets a call from Clara’s assistant Thomas (Eden Falk) for a different request. Lucy is driven to a country mansion, where Clara informs her that she’ll drink some tea and then fall into a deep sleep. Lucy is seen lying in a large bed, sedated, as Clara leads in the man who hosted the first dinner party. After Clara reminds the man of the no-penetration rule, he strips, caresses Lucy’s body, and cuddles up next to her.

Lucy is evicted from her room by her landlords. She instead rents a much more expensive apartment. After two more sleeping sessions at Clara’s house, Birdmann calls her; he has overdosed on drugs, and she visits him as he dies. She takes off her shirt and gets in bed with him, sobbing but making no effort to help him. At his funeral, Lucy blandly asks a former acquaintance if he’ll marry her. Dumbfounded, he refuses, citing his new relationship, and several character flaws in Lucy.

Lucy is fired from her office job and buys a small, concealable camera. She takes drugs with a coworker, goes night-swimming with him, and wakes up naked in her apartment with him. The next morning, she is hung over and late for her assignment with Clara. Once Lucy arrives, she asks Clara if she can see what happens during the sessions while she is asleep. Clara refuses, saying it will put her clients at risk of blackmail. Right after being placed on the bed for the session, however, Lucy awakes and removes the small camera which she had concealed in her mouth. She is able to set the camera and return to bed before being discovered. The client is once again the first man, but this time, he also drinks the tea with a much larger dose of the drug.

The morning after, Clara comes in and checks the man’s pulse, showing no surprise when he cannot be awakened. She then tries to wake Lucy but is at first unable to do so, eventually having to use mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Lucy awakes and, discovering that the naked man lying beside her is dead, screams. ~ WIKI

The film ends with …………..You’ll just have to watch…

 

Official Trailer:

 

 

 

For the DARKEST MOST EROTIC tale of SLEEPING BEAUTY…………………..

We may read these in Book Club… What do you think?

 

 

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The Sleeping Beauty Trilogy is a series of three novels written by American author Anne Rice under the pseudonym of A. N. Roquelaure. The trilogy comprises The Claiming of Sleeping BeautyBeauty’s Punishment and Beauty’s Release, first published individually in 1983, 1984 and 1985 in the United States. They are erotic BDSM novels set in a medieval fantasy world, loosely based on the fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty. The novels describe explicit sexual adventures of the female protagonist Beauty and the male characters Alexi, Tristan and Laurent, featuring both maledom and femdomscenarios amid vivid imageries of bisexuality, homosexuality, ephebophilia and pony play.[1]

In 1994, the abridged audio versions of the books were published in cassette form. The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty was read by actress Amy BrennemanBeauty’s Punishment was read by Elizabeth Montgomery, well known for her role in the ABC situation comedy Bewitched, as Beauty and Michael Diamond as Tristan, and Beauty’s Release was by Montgomery with actor Christian Keiber reading as Laurent.[2] A compact disc version of the audiobooks was read by Genviere Bevier and Winthrop Eliot.[3][4]

 

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If you want more info on how to make this fairy tale your reality then please email me … LK@subMrs.com

 

~LK

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Good Post Lk! I am Meriweather (The blue fairy godmother) Lol! I also read Anne Rice Book The Sleeping Beauty Trilogy…Good book and hard and dark in the D/s aspect I thought. I haven’t read book 2 and 3.
    Lt♥

    1. Great post. The movie looks intriguing . I however did not care for the book. As best described by ltr it was hard and dark . I wanted to like it and kept reading to see if it got better but it never did. I didn’t even bother with books 2&3. I did not find it erotic as everyone in the castle,including beauty,was held against their will.

  2. I Think I’m living my fairytale already.. The fact that my sir has accepted my submission 7 months ago and we have made such good friends along the way, I really cant help but think we are creating our fairytale. I love my Fairy Godmothers and maybe even being a fairy godmother myself..to others!!!

    Sleeping beauty trilogy will be next on my reading list…

    Great post Lk as always very creative!!!

    Luv ya Girl…
    Sweetness

  3. So many adaptations… I love it. Sleeping beauty was one of my favorites growing up and being a dancer myself, I adored the ballet! Especially the wedding scene at the end…
    I will definitely check out the book, I heard it was dark…
    My fairytale is starting to happen, with each day, I try to be more submissive and I love where it has taken me..
    Great post LK!!♥♥
    SSB