EvDaDaDec : Little Mae and Polar Bear.

And  so they set off towards  the dawn, the bears  the  princess, the winter  Queen and  the boy.

Forward  into  their  kingdom  lost. The  winter scenes  and  the bleakness  brought  them  no joy!

Where  once  was were  fields and villages was now  only  desolation

The child  clinging  to  her,  Mae  could  not  believe her  eyes , the sight  was beyond contemplation.

 

Where  were all the  people, where were had the  villages and  the towns, all gone  the life  of old.

The witch  of  the East had  had  turned  a beautiful  land into an icescape, dull and cold.

An evil  spell  she had  woven, because she had  not  been given what  she had  demanded

She  wanted  the sole devotion of Mae’s  father , he  was was  not happy  to do as  she commanded .

 

Polar Bear  could  not believe  his  eyes , so he walked  looking down at  the ground.

The  beautiful  white  horses tried  to comfort  him  but so sad was he no solace  was to be found.

Mae  though  heart  broken  sort to  comfort  him  too, she realized  then  she loved  him with a love  so clear  and  true.

Gently setting  the  child  down  on the  horses back , she  dismounted  and  whispered in the mare’s ear. “I entrust  the child  to  you.

Mae could not stand  to see such  pain , so  she  walked  and talked  with Polar Bear hoping  to ease his  strain.

The  Winter Queen  was  pleased  to see this blossoming of  love  she  knew  nothing  melted  ice  so fast  as love’s sweet refrain.

The  wind  was  icy  the snow  was  hard  but  our  party  ventured on , not  sure  where  they were  going  nor  yet  what  they would  find.

Surely  as  breath  follows  breath  Mae  and Polar  Bear  grew closer , their  love began to grow . Both  were beautiful  and  both were of a kind.

SO AGAIN WE  MUST LEAVE OUR  TRAVELLERS  TO TRAVEL ON.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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