The Rise of the Twin Christmas Lovlies...

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
Roommates, Kelly & Carmen live in a big wide house with a lot of unused space, until one day in the spring, with a slight breeze blowing to ruffle their hair, they walk literary-ily in to the arms of a man... Not just any man, amongst all their wanderings in the "Forest of many trees", they've never met a man quite like this...

Submitted: May 27, 2015

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It happened like this;

Carmen, first in having discovered the "Forest of Many Trees", waltzed all over in it, searching in her curiosity, worry, frustration & majesty for the one true tree that would fill the voids in her frazzled, frustrated, but totally worthy life... She searched, & she searched, going through the trees as though they had gold in their branches, constantly on the lookout for the "Very specific, exactly right fit", to use for the little stepstool that she needed to be able to catch a simple glance over the wall of time to relive the kind of life that she hadn't enjoyed for so many years. She was such a lovely young lady, with joy radiating out to the world in such a brilliant way, that all who met her knew that she was a special & unique woman... But SHE still didn't know who she was, how much she meant, or all of the qualities that she had to be able to share...

Meanwhile in a different part of the same household, Carmen had a very wonderful & amazing sister. Kelly, quiet, regal, full of an equal charm, grace, & beauty as her sister Carmen, was walking silently along as well... (This was of course true, for their Father was the exact same loving man who had so very lovingly, imbued both of them with such amazing charm, grace, beauty, & brilliance that they had everything that they ever truly needed at their fingertips, though they never really knew it)... This vision of excellence also enjoyed wandering through the forest going from tree to tree; her search taking a more leisurely path, but ultimately leading them both to the same man at almost the same moment in time.

Our story, the "Rise of the twin Christmas Lovelies", came about because, really, although neither of them knew it, they were both looking for the same thing... They truly wanted to make the world a better place, & in their hearts their Father had made them with a very strong desire to extend a hand to a needy stranger & change his terrible, monster-filled world into a more bearable life... This is what they alone could ultimately do, change that world into one in which he could face the monsters of his existence because he had a better understanding of the fact that somewhere out there, even if it might be far away, there were two lovely sisters who shared a love for him. Shared this love, born of a knowledge that he also loved them. Nurtured with the feeling he fostered to prove that he truly cared... Two sisters loving & also in a strange way, needing him. Each in their own & unique way. Their own way, but also small, unique, yet thoroughly important way, needing each other for the symbiotically perfect adaptations & life enhancements that all three of them would come to mutually enjoy, as they approached life, as well as the coming Christmas season.

Then, one day, came the day that changed all three of their lives, when the forest seemed to part, to push them together, to unite their worlds. It happened suddenly. It was a bit of a wintery day... A, "Let's try to get ready for Christmas", day. A day that they'll all remember for the rest of their lives as one of major importance... On this one day, these three heroes were strolling through the forest, reading the stories written in the trees, smelling the fruit, fertilizing the grounds with their comments which all three had the courtesy of supplying... Sometimes crying, sometimes laughing, & going through a lot of other emotions too...

So suddenly that it through her off guard, Carmen, and the tall, dark, & not so necessarily handsome stranger came face to face through a conversation... A comment discussion which they both heard, & agreed to... They couldn't see each other, but they each liked the sweet sound, & the caring feel of the other's voice. It seemed to call to them as they spoke to each other through the branches & the great distance that separated them from where they each were within the same forest... {'How could it be that there is, in the world, a someone who understands me so intimately?'} Carmen thought; {'I can't lose this man'}, so, desperately, hopeful that he could also return the feeling to her, & because she had such a pure heart, she took a chance, she called out to him; "Sir, I would leave all that I have, all that I am, & all that I've come to know, to join with you, to marry you, to bring you children, to love you, to provide for your needs..." The man, willing in so many ways to embrace this type of caring, self-less love, & wanting with all of his heart for someone who could, & would provide those things for him, was flattered... He was astounded that here, in the "Forest of Many Trees", he had found a living, loving, friend... He wanted badly to accept this kind & generous offer, but, in his heart of hearts, he knew that he couldn't... He'd already given his heart away, & though he couldn't find it very often any more, he knew that it was no longer his to give again...

It hurt the man in a wonderful way to feel such genuine love for him, especially since the voice from which it came was a voice which belonged to someone who he knew, without a doubt, couldn't, hadn't, & shouldn't even see him... {'How can she possibly love me so?'} He thought, {'She doesn't even know me...'}, "Why?" He asked her, dumbly, "Because I know you care...", came her answer, which he knew was true, {'But, how could she know that?'} He thought to himself, {'She doesn't even know me that well, she hasn't seen me, she would think I'm ugly, she would reject me too, just like all of the others, those I've cared for and about for so many years, & even the one that I gave my heart to so many years ago... The one who now threatens to tear my world apart by trampling all over that very heart that she now owns & cares so little for...'} "I can't", he responded, "I've made a covenant, a promise I can't go back upon, though I die in it's keeping..."

At almost that same time in about the same part of the "Forest of Many Trees", another voice called to him, this one needing to see the loveliness that was in the mirror, but unable to get a good look because of a mask upon her face that she didn't know she wore... He guided her in it's removal, shared with her the true vision of beauty that her mirror reflected, & she was smart enough to allow the guidance, so she began to be amazed by the grace & beauty that her Father had given her, but that it took a stranger to help her to find... Now she walks with glory, grace, & a knowledge that she's one of the most valuable & beautiful trees that was ever created...

And so, my lovelies, all of you, from the Zoey's, Yolie's, Xena's, Wendy's, Veronica's, Unis's, and on & on continuing including all of my Kelly's, Jewell's, Isis's, Hannah's, Gina's, Flora's, Ella's, Donna's, Cynthia's, Beverly's, Alicia's, and all of the other voices in the woods... Know that the man, the "Spy" man of the "Forest of Many Trees" loves & cares about you, wishes for you a very, very, Merry, & most Holy of Christmas seasons, desires your happiness, prays for it in fact... Remembering the Father who made all the Lovelies as well as the woods, this man prays for you; he honors & respects you, & he truly cares... Until the end of time, & we return to a place where we can finally meet on an Ocean of sand in a mermaid's paradise, with the Master of the High Seas, and Father of the Forest... I love you all...

 

Please share if you care, the blessings of your existence, & the joy of this message to your hearts... Thank you my friends... Always visit your own little mirrors with a knowledge that the lovely princess you see there, (Or the one that's there, but that you just can't see yet), is a  very important tree in the Wonderful Father's forest, & it's very needed for the forest to live free...

 

 




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