“What are you doing here?” said a man dressed in brown,
“You must leave this instant, bad things are happening!”
My face was completely confused, “I apologize, but I’ll leave right now.” I turn back, but nothing was there for me to go in.
There was only the green, grassy hills high above, the blossoming flowers dancing with the wind, and the blue sky inviting the birds to visit him.
The man crossed his muscular arms around his chest, “What are you waiting for?”
I turned back at him, my long braid following my every move, “I can’t leave.” “What do you mean you can’t leave?” asked the frustrated man.
He raised his long, strong arm at me.
I quickly reacted and ran as quick as I could.
“Wait, where are you going?” said the man waving his arms.
I didn’t look back. I just kept on running. As I was running, the world seemed to change. The blue sky was now a dark, dreary sheet in the air, the flowers were now dead, everything was gloomy and dark. The darkness was preparing to swallow me. My hair got stuck in branches, and feet were so tired and sore. My light pink dress that had a sheer white layer over it was now being torn apart. I stopped at a tree in the woods. An arrow shot right next to me in the tree stump. I screamed. A tall skinny girl with a beautiful, pale flawless face, and hair so fine that was jet black walked towards me, “I’m sorry about that.” “I gave her hand gesture that meant it’s fine. She sat right next to me. She wore a black and brown thief outfit." Who are you, and what are you doing in this terrible world?” She asked. “I went through a wall.” I said quietly. Her face was confused, “Okay, well I’m Snow, Snow White.” I shook her hand, “I’m Rapunzel.” “Nice to meet you Rapunzel.” she gave a grin at me. Snow put down her sack of arrows and her finely made bow.
“Where’s your prince charming?” I asked. She closed her eyes and sighed, “He was taken away.” “I’m so sorry for asking,” I said, “If it’s okay with you, what happened?” “Well, it was on our wedding day, I was in a beautiful laced dress, and he was in his blue and white suit, his face and I was filled with joy and dripping with tears, right when I was about to say the two magical words, Castin showed up, she waved her wand, and my soon to be husband was gone.” Snow's face was dripping with tears, “She told me that I would never be able to see him again until I was old.” I hugged her tightly, “I really am sorry, but does Castin live here?” Snow nodded, “She’s turning the land into something terrible, she’s torturing the villagers, and she’s giving herself joy.”
“Someone has to stop her.” Snow said angrily.
The man who pulled me in, was just a few feet away from us. He ran quickly in our direction, “Please, I didn’t mean to hurt you!” I stood up, but Snow’s hand grabbed me, “It’s okay, he’s my friend, Robin. I calmed down and sat back down. “You must leave,” said the man, “It isn’t safe here, the witch will only become stronger, and when she does, she rule the land and take the king's place."
The sky was turning even darker. “She’s getting stronger, we must leave,” Robin said looking up. I was becoming scared and nervous. “I think I should go,” I said standing up. They tried to reach for me, but I was too far away for them."You can't leave, you're not safe out there by yourself!" Yelled Snow. I ran again, farther into the woods. Then I saw someone in a red cloak.I walked near the figure. I gently tapped their shoulder.
I hope you enjoyed the second chapter!