Wednesday, November 15, 2006

The Beauty and the Beast


"(…) it wasn't until I had left the castle and was back with my family that I realized how much I actually missed the Beast and the castle. I wanted to go back but couldn't bear to tell my family good-bye. Worst of all, the handsome Prince stopped visiting me in my dreams. But one night, I had a dream that I was in the gardens of the castle and I found Beast lying on his side, about to die. I was so disturbed by the realistic dream that I told my family good-bye the next day and returned to the castle. Just as I had dreamed, the Beast was in the garden, on his side, dying. I knew then that I loved him. When he asked me to marry him that night, as he always had before, I said 'yes.' And right there, before my eyes, he transformed into the handsome prince who had been visiting me in my dreams! (…)“


- Please…be my prince, I am tired of loving the Beast!

/eu propria

6 comments:

O pensador said...

não sou expert em inglês mas da pa entender que estas envolvida nem sonho e que esse sonho te trás um principe, de onde não sei mas tu concerteza saberás...não caias no mundo dos sonhos ta?
bjooo pensador

Pedro Lopes said...

=)

.*.Magia.*. said...

A seu tempo o vento te trará o que esperas quando menos esperas!

Cheers

Kalinka said...

Helllooooooo
deixei lá no meu cantinho, um «desafio» para tu responderes!!!

Vai até lá, e depois...vou ter todo o prazer em me deliciar ao ler as tuas respostas, ok?

Surpreende-me. Força.

Bom fim de semana.
Beijokas.

Té § [Pi]menta =) said...

a história da bela e do monstro!... quem ja' não a leu? :) de facto, a moral da história reside em "quem feio ama, bonito lhe parece" ! nunca foi das minhas histórias preferidas, pq a "beast" vive em sofrimento a história toda...

os sonhos podem-se tornar realidade! ;) *

bjo

francis said...

Existe um Princípe e uma besta dentro de cada um de nós.
O que tiramos cá para fora é o que nos define.
Kiss, kiss!