Saturday, March 14, 2009

A Giant Has The Map

Post 5: Final
"This gruesome woman," thought the Queen. "How could I ever fulfill a wish that was not my fault?"

Madame La DuRee hovered close to her face breathing in short wrenching spasms, as she ran her long fingernails against the Queen's smocked satin sleeve. The Queen held back her fear. "I know of a giant who has a map of every town, village, and house marked on it. He has a much larger map upstairs in a chest that shows every inch of the sea."

"If you promise to purchase at least one item from this Golden Castle of Faerie Enchantment, I will transport your beloved Samuel back to you. He has been living on an island not far from where his British ship "The Stargazer" sunk ten years ago!" Loraina is very much alive and you are a great-grandmother!"

The Queen was happier than she ever could have imagined. All has been a dream, for "The Amazing Princess Lisa" has cast a spell over me today so that I could bring you this story that you shall be forced to forget. But, in this happy hour, it has taken away my fears of my missing grandson and renewed hope.

It took some time to get Samuel home, where she had found him grown, and their child tall and beautiful. And they lived happily till the end.

5 comments:

faerie enchantment said...

I am so loving your story, ist the best ever. I'm glad you brought this story legend back from the Carnival Soiree, to share with others, LOL!

You wrote a wonderful piece!
I hope you are having fun at the soiree.

Don't forget to leave a comment in Post no.7 for the giveaways!

Magic and Joy!
Lisa!

Tumbleweed Trails said...

What an enchanting tale. Oh for the Queen to discover she's a great grandmother and have her Samuel back again. For the Queen to purchase the CD would be a simple pleasure as she wanted one all along.

HiHo said...

Brava! Brava1 really wonderful, I'll be back for more.
Heidi

Whim & Fancy Designs said...

Oh my , now that's a tale....Happy soiree!
xoxxo, Ann-Denise

bluemuf said...

Great story and I'm so glad everything turned out well.

Karen