Firstly I thank all my readers for your love and response on the Part I of my incomplete story (FSF). The way it grabbed attention of all the learned people on TSS makes me humbling. So, the part II of the story is quite influenced by the views shared by you all, in which, the righteous frog prince emerges victorious over all and was clearly proved the winner. Though the frog prince was the most talked about, yet the evil seductive charmer was indeed the most discussed one. And the ‘glam factor of evil’ definitely influenced the second part. So, the FSF goes on like this…
The favorite of the king, the Prince Charming, though didn’t love the princess yet direly wanted to marry her because she complimented his class and suited his status.
But it was the queen who wanted the Frog Prince to be the groom of her princess as she strongly believed in virtues, true love and his golden heart.
But the princess eloped with the seductive charmer along with all the portable property of her share, so the king disowned her and she got married to the charmer.
The queen died of utter agony, the king went insane and nomad due to the shock of losing his family, so the Charmer annexed the entire kingdom where the couple lived ‘happily’, but certainly not ‘ever after’.
The evil strongly appeared out of the Charmer when he became the king, as he wooed her-seduced her, used her-abused her, molested her – betrayed her, and then loved her again, proclaiming his love for her was damn genuine.
My story is still incomplete! By now, you all must have understood that the characters of this story are symbolic.
The Prince Charming symbolizes negligence and ignorance.
The Frog Prince symbolizes virtue and righteousness.
The Seductive Charmer symbolizes evil and destruction.
And the Princess symbolizes innocence and trust.
So, the question of today for my readers is:
“If the charmer’s love was genuine, then why the innocence of the princess was molested?”
Please do come up with your valuable comments/answers and help me frame the third and concluding part of this Five Sentence Fiction (FSF) which would turn out to be the Fifteen Sentence Fiction (FSF) at the end and it wouldn’t be possible without your kind help. (It might be a shocking and unexpected climax 😛 )