The Two Beauteous Daughters

Victor Leyva December 27, 2017
Action/Adventure
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    Once upon a time, in a far far far away land, there lived a King and his two beauteous daughters. The King’s wife had been taken by the Evil Witch in the woods north of the castle. After the kidnapping of the King’s wife, the king was devastated and fell into great sorrow. At length, the beauteous daughters could no longer withstand to see their beloved father in such agony and decided to rescue their mother and save their father by killing the Evil Witch.

    When the sun awoke the next morning, the beauteous daughters took food, water, and a golden knife from the castle’s basement and made their way to the northern woods. Midway of their destination, a poor boy appeared to them, who was besotted by the daughters’ beauty.

    “If there could be a creature more beauteous than you both, may a witch lose her hands and legs,” said he.

    The beauteous daughters were so grateful at the hungry boy flattery that they gifted him their food to end his starvation, “Hungry boy, here is an expression of gratitude for you have been so honest and considerate.”

    After saying goodbye to the hungry boy, the beauteous daughters continued to make their way to the northern woods. At length, they reached the northern woods glade. Before entering the northern woods, a tired boy appeared to them, who was besotted by the daughters’ beauty.

    “If there could be a creature more beauteous than you both, may a witch lose her face and hair,” said he.

    The beauteous daughters were so grateful at the tired boy flattery that they gifted him their water to end his exhaustion, “Tired boy, here is an expression of gratitude for you have been so honest and considerate.”

    After saying goodbye to the tired boy, the beauteous daughters entered the northern woods and began making their way to the Evil Witch hut. Not much time had passed before a penniless boy appeared to them, who was besotted by the daughters’ beauty.

    “If there could be a creature more beauteous than you both, may a witch catch on fire and die in agonizing pain,” said he.

    The beauteous daughters were so grateful at the penniless boy flattery that they gifted him their golden knife to end his poor condition, “Poor boy, here is an expression of gratitude for you have been so honest and considerate.”

    When the sun was getting ready to sleep, the beauteous daughters found the hut of the Evil Witch and opened it.

    “Evil Witch, we are here to reduce our mother and save our beloved father from sorrow, and for you have been so evil, you deserve to die,” said them.

    To this, The Evil Witch scoffed at their threat, “ Which one of you will kill this Evil Witch, for you have ditched your only weapon, and I will snitch and bewitch both of you to be of kitsch appearance.”

    The two beauteous daughters did not fear the Evil Witch, for they were determined to rescue their mother and save their beloved father from sorrow. One of the daughters pushed the Evil Witch to a table near a burning cauldron while the other daughter searched for their mother.

    When the door of the attic was opened, there lay a more beauteous creature than the daughters, their mother. The Evil Witch arms and hands fell to the ground, her face and hair fade away, and she burned in agonizing pain to the fire of the burning cauldron.

    After the Evil Witch was defeated, the beauteous daughters and their more beauteous Mother went back to the castle and the King’s sorrow ended after seeing his wife and they lived happily ever after.

    THE END

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