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The Prince

By Ebbano

Mystery / Fantasy

Chapter 1

Altstadt

In an old town named Altstad used to live the son of the Queen. He was always in the balcony and he usesto cry everyday with missing something he does not know what it was. Maybe it was a mistery to the young guy, maybe all the practice with wichtcraft was not enough. The Queen was a Witch and all the descendents must learn with her the misteries of magic but what the young son was wishing was to fulfil the heart with a feeling that is not in the booksto learn with: love.

The young man was crying and every afternoon the skies above were cloudyand stormy like the heart of the prince. Altstadt used to claim for the young prince could be sent away because all loved the sun and summer and not all the gray afternoon he brought in.

When his mother was deciding sitting on the throne what to do with her son, Ayr have said to her that he could go tothe countryside or the mountains to learn Great Wisdon for the future in Magical powers or even Great Control.

In the other day, Ayr would take him to the Valleys of Morei.



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