After all the love and support bestowed upon our FSF Part I & FSF Part II, I’m truly thankful to all my readers from the bottom of my heart for your valuable response on this fiction series. Please do read this third as well as concluding part of this FSF (Fifteen Sentence Fiction) and kindly do provide your comments and opinions on the same. 🙂
‘Twas partly love and partly fear, which made the princess dwell in that hell of wedlock, till the day, she discovered that the seductive charmer was an imposter while he was betraying her.
When she saw the real face of that philanderer, she suddenly recognized him, as her teenage love who betrayed her for other girls leaving her in the doom of disgust, depression and dismay ended up in hallucinations.
She cried bitterly holding hands of her mother tightly, the moment she opened up her eyes and encountered the real face of evil, while being treated for delusion in the doctor’s chamber.
Neither she wore a crown, nor she possessed royalty, but that girl next door still was the most loved princess for her parents (still alive) though, her dad having doubts about her cure, but mom stood strong besides her with a ray of hope.
Prince charming, too busy, awaited her approval, the frog prince still was her friend in need, but the seductive charmer, though not existent ever, personified never, yet lived in her brain, mind, heart and soul, as that deathly disease of delusion, keeping her past alive in her life.
My story ends here with a ray of hope but it’s not certainly the end of all hopes, as hope never says die. And since my hope is alive, this story is still incomplete. So, if my readers would like me to continue it, do convey me through your valuable comments. I would surely like to recite my incomplete story of sorrows strengthened with hopes.