Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Once upon a time, in a far-off kingdom, there was a beautiful princess named Snow White. She had skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, and hair as black as ebony. Her beauty was renowned throughout the land, but unfortunately, her mother had passed away when she was just a child.
Her father, the king, married a new queen who was very vain and jealous of Snow White’s beauty. The queen had a magic mirror, which she would consult every day, asking, “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?” The mirror always replied that Snow White was the fairest in the land, which made the queen extremely angry and envious.
One day, the queen asked the mirror once again and was shocked to hear that Snow White was still the fairest in the land. The queen, blinded by jealousy, ordered her huntsman to take Snow White deep into the forest and kill her.
The huntsman, however, could not bring himself to harm the young princess and let her go free. He warned Snow White never to return to the kingdom and to flee into the forest as quickly as possible.
Snow White wandered through the forest, scared and alone, until she stumbled upon a small cottage. She knocked on the door, and to her surprise, it was answered by seven little men.
“Who are you?” asked Snow White.
“We’re the seven dwarfs,” replied one of the little men. “What brings you to our home?”
“I’m Snow White,” she replied. “I’m fleeing from my evil stepmother, who wants to kill me.”
The seven dwarfs felt sorry for Snow White and offered to let her stay with them.
The next morning, Snow White woke up to the sound of birds chirping and the sun shining through the window. She felt refreshed and ready to start the day. As she got out of bed, she noticed that the seven dwarfs were already awake and busy preparing breakfast.
“Good morning, my dear,” said Doc, the leader of the dwarfs. “Did you sleep well?”
“Yes, thank you,” replied Snow White with a smile. “How about you all? Did you sleep well too?”
“We always do,” replied Grumpy, who was still not too thrilled about having a stranger in their home.
Snow White walked over to the kitchen and offered to help the dwarfs with breakfast. She chopped vegetables, stirred the porridge, and set the table while the dwarfs cooked the food. Soon enough, the delicious smell of breakfast filled the cottage.
As they sat down to eat, the dwarfs asked Snow White about her story and why she was running away from the queen.
“Well, my father, the king, married the queen, who was very beautiful, but also very vain and cruel,” began Snow White. “She couldn’t bear the thought of anyone being more beautiful than her, especially me. So, she tried to have me killed, and when she failed, she banished me from the kingdom.”
The dwarfs listened intently, feeling sorry for the young princess. They also began to feel a sense of protectiveness towards her, knowing that the queen would stop at nothing to get rid of her.
After breakfast, the dwarfs went off to work in the mines, while Snow White stayed behind to clean the cottage. She sang as she swept the floors and dusted the furniture, and her voice was so beautiful that the animals of the forest gathered around the cottage to listen.
As the day went on, Snow White and the dwarfs grew closer. She helped them with their work, and they taught her how to mine for diamonds and rubies. They also had a lot of fun together, dancing and singing songs around the cottage.
Meanwhile, the queen was growing impatient. She had sent her huntsman to kill Snow White, but he had failed to do so. She knew that Snow White was still alive and vowed to find her and get rid of her once and for all.
One day, when the dwarfs were out working in the mines, the queen disguised herself as an old peddler woman and went to the cottage to offer Snow White a poisoned apple. Snow White, not suspecting a thing, took a bite of the apple and fell into a deep sleep.
When the dwarfs returned home, they found Snow White lying motionless on the floor. They tried everything they could to wake her up, but nothing seemed to work. They feared that she was dead and built a glass coffin to put her in.
As they were placing Snow White in the coffin, a handsome prince rode by and saw her. He was instantly smitten with her beauty and asked the dwarfs what had happened. They told him the whole story, and the prince leaned down and kissed Snow White on the lips.
As soon as he did, Snow White woke up, and the spell was broken. She looked up and saw the prince’s handsome face and knew that she was in love. The dwarfs were overjoyed to see Snow White awake and knew that she was meant to be with the prince.
The prince took Snow White back to the kingdom, and they were married in a grand ceremony. The queen, who had been watching from a distance, was filled with jealousy and anger. But she knew that she could never defeat the power of true love.
From that day on, Snow White and the prince lived happily ever after, ruling the kingdom with kindness and love.
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