One Love

Topics: Prince, Love, Magician Pages: 4 (1384 words) Published: August 28, 2013
La Mémoire de I’amour

Under the dark starry sky, there was a cunning guy stands motionless. “Finally I had found the last ingredient needed in my potion. With this potion I shall conquer the world! Ha! Ha! Ha!” He smirked and laughed demonically. He gazed to the stars above and vanished nowhere.

Meanwhile, in the Kingdom of Breamu Elluandos, a beautiful princess named Ellenna Eclarhh was truly, madly, deeply in love with Prince Velte Archimesis from the Kingdom of Hisa. Once, their love was forbid as they were not from the same tribe. Princess Ellenna came from the Cruésee tribe while Prince Velte came from the Démonee tribe. However, due to the power of their one true love, both the prince and princess dare to fight for their rights. They were willing to do anything even it cost their own lives just to show how passionate their love was. Nobody has heart to see the lovely couple live in full of sadness and solemn atmosphere. Thus, Princess Ellenna’s parents and Prince Velte’s parents decided to bless their love and let them be one till the end of time. Thus, Prince Velte and Princess Ellenna planned to get married in the mean time. There was no need for them to hesitate.

It was a halcyon day when Prince Velte asked his beloved one to have their dinner at his magnificent castle. Princess Ellenna was a little bit reluctant to go there by her own, without Prince Velte by her side. She was afraid of any bad thing that might be happened but Prince Velte convinced her not to worry and have faith on him. He sent a group of palanquin bearers to fetch the princess. By evening, the palanquin bearers arrived at the Kingdom of Breamu Elluandos and ready to bring the princess to the Kingdom of Hisa. At the first glance, Princess Ellenna was suspicious with the palanquin bearers as they were not the same person she ever saw before this every time Prince Velte asked them to fetch her. Besides, the palanquin was also not the same as always. There was a bit...
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