The queen draws the King and his muscled madmen close to her side! She happens to be a unique personage, justly leaning on her people. Taking her hand in mine, we sashay briskly through the crowds of our beloved local citizenry. Initially, she feels provocatively jeopardized, reviewing past prejudices. Let’s move on, in fuller consideration of apparent facts and precepts. At this tender moment, we face dire necessities enhanced by miniscule projectiles. All at once, we uproariously begin to clamor for the Queen. We utter unabbreviated low sounds in total consideration of Her Royal Highness. Watching her royal chinchillas curtsy, she murmers, “Do ya wanna dance?” There is a heightened sense of reality, not to mention, unsung heroics. The day began in accordance with heightened remorse! Turning toward her royal haberdasheries, the Princess dons a persimmon blue gown. She curtsies this way and that, laveliered to her stalwart financier and beau, Prince Albert. Examining hypothetical references, she valiantly researches her prolific progeny. Reclaiming prosthetic environmental controls led us, harmoniously, to envelop priestly garb. The Princess keeps searching for Fyodor Dostoyevsky and his gang of diligent wayfarers. Enough! Before us is a live surreal landscaping opera, co-starring Immanuel Kant, with his gawky entourage of petite dancing girls. The Queen encompasses a deeper femininity while usurping lucid “go-betweens.” She smiles voluptuously as she burps without respite!!!