Aga sat aghast,
Palm 'f hand, damp
"Khanata, was at last."
The Aga's Papy stark splay angry,
Dynasty at and.
Bara-Bera was the pall-bearer.
Matched by name.
Then afters she changed
Her symmetry name,
She swapped e, sawn a.
Papy was at pain.
Gleary saw past stamps.
Regal Bara-Bera spanned
The bane'd past Khanata
Then she became name'd
as the new Dynasty.
The Bara-Bera Khanate.
In our verbal world allowing for full and proper vowelation:
Papy chose Barabara as wife for his regal son, the Aga Khan, because her nominal symmetry was apparent, whilst subtly different. After all true symmetry belonged in the Heavens and not in any earthly domain.
In his dominion and the dominion of his father's, that just off symmetry had been maintained by law on pain of death, that allowed the use of "a" as the only vowel sound that could be used. The ee of y was tolerated as an aberration to be overlooked, and scurried under.
Barabara was the ideal wife for Aga. But there is always a case against being too ideal.
She was loved by the people, the people's queen. Whilst the hereditary power of the Aga appeared to diminish.
Bara-Bera revealed herself and the only Khanata came to an "And" moment. E only just stood equally against A.
Bara-Bera became immortalised in the new Khanate.
Whilst Papy was locked away in a tower with only his regal stamp collection to remind him of those beautiful day, that made him just more bleary eyed.
But the glory of, not his days, but the days of his people would be seen to pass those enshrined in his stamps.
The Aga was confined to the role of puppet to be brought out on show at opportune moments. But once the E was unleashed, who could put that genie back in his bottle?
That he had witnessed the numbering of the days of his Khanata because of an engineered love, that turned into a vile scorn, he would never be allowed to forget.
How many revolutions would it take for the three others to be given free expression?