Hey, everyone! I wrote this story inspired by World Water and World Poetry Day this past week. Here are some related stories: Festive Seasons, Rainbow’s Crushes, and Magical Unicorns In Love. Anyways I hope you enjoy!
Once there was a girl named Novella who was often called by her nickname Stella. Stella often loved the garden in the mansion where she would do everything and so all was well or at least so she thought.
Until one day, there was a huge fire that blew across the land. Stella was very sad to leave her beloved garden behind but she knew that her garden would always be in her heart.
So Stella and her family left to go to their grandparent’s castle. Stella had a fun time learning and playing in the castle. But when she grew up, she felt the need to rebuild her family’s mansion and her beloved garden.
So she left her grandparent’s castle though it was hers now. She started the long hard process of building the mansion. While she started building the mansion, she thought about adding a lake to the backyard.
She had her friends and animals helping her so within a few weeks, Stella was making an indoor pool for her mansion. Eventually when that was done, she replanted her beloved garden.
She read poetry to her beloved plants in her garden every day. The poetry went something like this:
Leaves bloom like flowers;
Flying in the wind gracefully
Soaring as far as the eye can see
Beautiful birds fly fast
as flowers dance in breezes;
the pretty flower shined brightly
Butterflies perched on a branch
Sitting on a flower showing beauty
Where the breeze lies within my hand
After she read poetry to the plants, Stella watched the plants grow then she went for a swim then went to the backyard to sit by the lake to watch the sunset. This repeated every day until she passed away peacefully.
She became famous for her beloved garden after she left earth. Later on, her family joined Stella in the great beyond so they happily lived as a family forever and so they lived happily ever after.
That was the end of the story. I hope you enjoyed it!