Elizabeth III

I was named after the Queen of England. My name is Elizabeth. The Spanish called me Isabel while the French knows me as Isabelle. People who are closed to me called me Liz or Lizzie, because they can’t be bothered calling me by my whole blessed name.

Some people are just goddamn blessed that they are born in the world where democracy is practiced, and I’m not the heir to any throne, or Elizabeth I of England herself, for I might have ruled with my iron fists, and send heads rolling.

You read it right. I would have sent heads rolling, and I probably wouldn’t feel a thing about it. Cruel, yes. I am cruel. I can be extremely cruel when I want to be. And I would have made sure people remembers me for that so that they know they shouldn’t mess with me in the first place.

People are just so lucky that they are not my subjects, as while I’m very easy to please and I take delights in little pleasures the world have to offer me, I am also a very bad tempered and unforgiving woman.

I don’t forgive easily. I may have grown up like a little princess where I was taught of horseback riding, archery, chess, literature, philosophies, history, mythology and politics as early as five years old (yes, my father seen to it that I grew up like a princess, knowing what a princess should know- the only thing that I lack would probably be music and fencing), but the world had seen to it that I don’t grow up to be a weak fairy tale princess who had herself under illusion that the world is made of cotton candy, soft and sweet.

My father used to tell me that I was rather sharp-minded when I bothered to be as a child. And he was right at some point, as I don’t need to be Henry VIII’s daughter to realize that the world is a place that’s full of people who can’t wait to betray each other for their own benefit. I grew up to be rather aware of my surroundings, and I don’t trust people or respect people easily, even as a child.

And so, when I say I trust you and respect you, then you’re one of the lucky few, and you better not do anything to destroy my trust, for once it’s broken, I shall never give it back, and I’d do anything in my power to make you regret that you’ve ever been born. Yes, consider this as a warning.

Some people… they are just damn lucky that I am not a monarch, as I am quite a territorial being. I loathe it when people do as they pleased in my home, and I absolutely resent people who touched my things without permission and enter my domains to do as they please without considering my feelings on that matter. That is absolute disrespect and insult to me. Oh yes, some people are just lucky, for if I am Elizabeth I and those people are my subject, I’d have them hanged and quartered for even dare to think of touching what belongs to me. They are blessed, and lucky indeed that I am not a Queen who rule over them.

Some people are just goddamn lucky, but the world is not blessed enough to have me as a Queen, as I would have done whatever it is in power to protect my country and put it’s interest before me and I wouldn’t punish people for their faith, but punish them for their deeds and wrongdoings instead. It’s a trait many rulers and government lack, don’t you think?

Quote from Cleffairy’s latest novel: Give me not  the quill and ink, for I shall sign your death warrant.

25 comments

    • Cleffairy says:

      You think so too? LOL… I always feel that people should not be punish for their beliefs and faith…but for their misdeeds. But that’s not the way it is in Malaysia, and that’s just pathetic!

  1. eugene says:

    I still believe that your are sharp minded even now, just look at the way you put yourself in words, terror lah sometimes.

    Hey i thoght you have had another name qi qi, is it a nick or something?

    Elizebeth,,, Ratu Blogger have a great weekend ahead ya

    • Cleffairy says:

      LOL… I’m that scary, huh? LOL… oh… that’s my chinese name. Yong Qi. QiQi for short. But hardly have anybody calls me that. i guess it sounded too girlish, and people dun see me as the girlish kind. LOL…

  2. kimberlymay says:

    I think you are very lucky, lucky in the sense that you get to learn various of things since you were 5 years old. Through those activities, surely you’ll come in contact with many people, which probably contribute to your sharp mindedness and attitude towards people. And yes, if you were the Royal Highness, fear will be among your subjects and country! Thankfully you are not.. 😀

    • Cleffairy says:

      I was lucky, but back then I didn’t know how to appreciate it. LOL…and now, I’m missing every bit of it. *sighhhh*

      Well… I think people would fear me too, but I would at least be more merciful than Bloody Mary. I have no interest in killing people who practice their faith…

  3. Cheeyee says:

    Hmm… if you were the Queen, I wonder who will be the King? 😛

    Anyway, just want to wish you have a good weekend. Tale care. 🙂

    • Cleffairy says:

      Actually, if I am Queen, I dun need a King. So the answer would be, no one would be my King. Instead, I might need a consort. Queen dun take Kings, you know? Only Kings take Queens.

      You see Queen Elizabeth II of England… she dun have a King. Instead, she have a Prince Consort…. he got no power whatsoever towards her throne. And Elizabeth I was unmarried. She was known as the Virgin Queen. LMAO…omg, becoming history lesson liao, I better stop!

  4. Gratitude says:

    I like this post! 🙂

    haha loved the quote. I feel like signing a death warrant now. I can say that I’m a pretty patient person, but my patience has been tested recently. The question is, should we turn the other cheek when attacked? Well, kindness has its limits esp when handling demons that need to be taught a lesson, rite?

    +Ant+

    • Cleffairy says:

      I feel like signing death warrant every day, that’s why i say people are just so damn lucky, if not, everyday I’d send heads rolling! Some people just irks me and pushing my patience to the limit.

      You know something? I used to turn away and pretended that nothing happened when I was attacked. But people started to take things for granted, and thinking that I wun do anything about it, continuously attack me…I think… I wasn’t smart enuff to tell them off and show people that I mean business, and dun mess with me and stuff.

      People tend to take things for granted. When you pretended that things didn’t happen, sometimes they will do it again. We have to limit our kindness and patience, else… people will step on our damn head!

  5. fatty oldman says:

    in bullehland the name end up a song call isabella…u r in french no wonder the singer amy search cant searching for u… 😛

    ur story sound like my persondality…lol

    thanks for dropping by the fatty oldman pathetic blog… 😀

    • Cleffairy says:

      Ahahahah! I know Amy Search. That uncle really can shout wan! Sing that time… wahhh… very geng. But now dono wud happened to him liao. Never see him sing anymore. Old liao…

      Ahahaha….sounds like you? Den you must be as evil as me! Ahahahah!

  6. pete says:

    I prefer the sound Eliza….but then Elizabeth got me thinking of Helen Mirren, her strong performance in the show, you look a bit like her? LOL!

  7. claire says:

    I think … i feel…. i wanna say.. Cleffairy suits u better…

    Elizabeth sounds.. like monarchy.. maybe reminded me of the UK queen…
    I have 2 frens by the name of liza .. but cleffairy?? no, this name is unique… 🙂

    • Cleffairy says:

      Ahahahahahaha… Cleffairy is a weird name. LOL…that’s because Elizabeth is a Queen’s name. I was named after Elizabeth II. My sister’s name is also a Queen’s name lerr… my dad named us after Queens, hoping that when we grow up, we’ll be smart and have the personality of a Queen. 😛

      I think, next time, if I have a daughter, I’ll name her after a Queen too. Say… Victoria… Victoria was a good Queen. She not only become the Queen of England, but Indian Empress too. *grinz* And her love life is less crappier than other monarch. Ahahahaha!

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