Thursday, December 18, 2014

An Origami FairyTale

Once upon a time, there was a Princess who had been captured by the Mean Dragon and trapped in his territory. 
The only thing that could still make the poor sad Princess smile was the beautiful lotus around the shore of the lake. So the Princess went to visit the lotus everyday and tried to forget her pain for a few minutes.

On a beautiful sunny spring day, a Prince, who was such a brave explorer, happened to pass by the lake. The moment his eyes met our very own beautiful Princess, he knew he had to go and talk to her. 

And so he did! There were sweet smiles all over their faces. Aww!

Whether you believe in love at first sight or not, it happened to the Princess and the Prince. The Princess was so happy after all the miserable time she had spent in captivity.

But she was so distracted by Prince charming that she had completely forgot about the Mean Dragon's daily check up on her! Uh-oh!

When the Mean Dragon came to see the princess, he was not at all pleased with what was before him! He got so furious that nothing could stop him now.

The brave Prince tried to confront the Mean Dragon so courageously, but the Dragon's power was way beyond his!

It being so, the Mean Dragon knocked the Prince out, and when he did, everything went black for the Prince... The Dragon took the Princess with a thousand million tear drops rolling down her cheeks and flew away.

When the Prince came to his senses, he was near the lake, all by himself, with such dizziness. He suddenly remembered everything and his heart was in so much pain. He decided to go find the Princess, but there was neither a sign of her nor of the Dragon.

The beautiful sunny spring day had turned into a gloomy afternoon now, and the Prince was wandering around, hoping to find a way to the Princess.

He kept wandering and wandering. He saw joyful couples on his way, and the sight of them made him miss his Princess more.

On his way, the Prince came across the woods; there he saw two little elves.

When the elves saw him, they noticed his sad face and asked him what had caused such great pain.

The prince, whose soul couldn't be wearier, became a tell-tale heart and told the elves the whole story. The elves said they thought they knew a way to get the Prince out of his misery. So they called out their Dove of Peace. 

The three of them got on board, and off they flew to the Master of the elves.

The Prince had never been into the clouds or through the sky. When he looked down, he was amazed by how little everything looked. Even the lake was like a very little puddle from up there! Wait a minute! Was that red spot, the very Mean Dragon he could see? Yes, it was him! So that's where he had taken the Princess! To the other side of the lake!

The Master of the elves was the guardian of the Magic Well of Wishes.

When the elves and the Prince arrived at the Magic Well, the elves told their Master everything. 

The Master said that the only way was a wish made by the Prince to the Magic Well of Wishes.

The Prince made his wish with all his heart and all his might and I'm sure you know what his wish was.

And the Magic Well gave him a Unicorn! The Prince couldn't believe his eyes! The Master told him that the only way to beat the Mean Dragon was the power of true love. The power of true love would lead the Unicorn to the Dragon to defeat him.

The Prince thanked the Master and the elves, and got on the Unicorn. And they both disappeared in a blink of an eye.

The Unicorn was running as fast as the thunder.

The Prince arrived at the other side of the lake, and there she was, crying. She looked so beautiful! And the Dragon was there too, of course.

The Prince and the Unicorn didn't waste a single moment for the power of true love flowing by the Prince was invincible! The Unicorn stabbed the Mean Dragon, and he was defeated!

Once the Dragon was knocked down, LOVE bloomed! 

The Prince took the Princess in his arms and that moment was to be cherished till eternity.

The Master, the elves, and of course, the Unicorn were their guests of honor at their wedding.

And they lived happily ever after! :)


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