A horrible twisted fairytale

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic

A really truley horrible fairytale...

Once upon a time...

There was a Princess named Fleur Betrix. The princess was a beautiful girl with hair of the finest gold and eyes that sparkled like silver coins. But her hair was what meant everything. It showed her royalty. Anyone who had hair like hers was ordered to shave their heads. (A bald head was a sign of poverty).  Even though she was supposed to marry the prince, her cousin, The Manic Ogress had captured the prince’s heart with her enchantment. As soon as King Philippe Gilbert announced this the princess wrote this on her page in the Face Book. When Scarlet and Zaria Winters saw this they sent her a tweet. The bird flew to the princess immediately singing out their message as soon as it reached her (it was a good thing she had taken a class in bird tweets, but nowadays who can’t speak twitters?). From Scarlet, the bird twittered out a happy little song that made all the animals dance and cheered the princess out of her teary mood. However, no sooner did the bird finish singing out Scarlet’s song did the bird begin to sing Zaria’s enchantment. As the bird sang her enchantment, the princess followed it back to Zaria in a trance.
By the time the princess got to Zaria, she was completely enslaved. She would do anything Zaria commanded. The first this Zaria commanded her to do was to shear off her golden locks and sew them into a beautiful wig for Zaria. When the princess finished sewing the wig for Zaria, Zaria removed the peasant head cover from her own bald head and ordered the princess to put it on. The princess obeyed. Then she ordered the princess to give her the golden wig. As soon as Zaria put the wig on the hair melted into her own head becoming her hair.
Meanwhile, The Manic Ogress was throwing a ball to celebrate her wedding to the prince. Everyone in the kingdom was invited. However there were two rooms. One for the royals and one for the peasants. As soon as all of the people had arrived in the peasant’s room the doors were shut. The kingdom was searched to make sure nobody had been left in their houses but nobody was found. Once the Manic Ogress was informed of this she had the dragon smog the air in the peasant’s room with dragon’s breath. Dragon’s breath put all of the people in the room under a spell forcing them to be undyingly loyal to the Manic Ogress and would kill any peasants who could not be turned. However both Scarlet Winters and the princess were not affected by either aspect of the spell. In fact the dragon’s smog gave the princess control of herself again.
Scarlet went home immediately falsely swearing her undying loyalty to the Manic Ogress. She went to look for the reversal spell to the dragon’s breath. However the princess went to confront the Manic Ogress. She refused to swear undying loyalty to the Manic Ogress so Zaria sang a permanent unbreakable curse on her that forced her to obey any nobles in the kingdom. The curse was sealed with a brank (a cage that goes around the head) that could only be removed by a song breaking its curse. The princess put on the brank herself (on Zaria’s orders) and was forced to sing an enchantment that would make prevent her from speaking ever again.
However now that the princess was mute and a slave of Zaria’s, when Scarlet came back with the reversal spell, there was no one for her to sing it with. So Scarlet was captured by the Manic Ogress, and Zaria, her own twin sister transformed herself into a snake and slithered down her twin’s through and ate her heart, killing her.
Before the Manic Ogress could congratulate her on killing her good twin, she slithered down the Ogress’s throat and ate out her heart as well. Then she re-enchanted the prince so he would marry her instead.
And they lived happily ever after with the two dead bodies hung on their walls and the old now bald princess serving them silently in her brank.

Submitted: March 27, 2010

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Clairey Cakes

Thank you for reading this, comment if you want more about Zaria.

Wed, March 31st, 2010 3:21pm


fabulous. you should check out my writings! =)

Fri, July 2nd, 2010 8:01pm

White Dragon

I love the these little stories you made up!!

Fri, July 29th, 2011 4:05am

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