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A Likely Story

By whatmendstheheart All Rights Reserved ©

Children / Fantasy

The Hearts of the Card

The fairy started towards the high council building, hoping to interject in time to save her Prince Charming. She slowly opened the door and held her head proudly toward the crowd.

"Who are you and why are you interrupting the high council" a portly man screeched to the young looking, red headed fairy with silver and gold wings.

" They call me the queen of hearts" She replied "Part of the divine powers of Spade. Don't dare question my authority. I wish to send the accused to 1 day in to habard" ( The habard is solitary confinement in what is like a bird cage) Mild gasps were heard among the council building.

"What would this fairy have done to earn that harsh of a treatment!?" many stated this whilst the judges decided if that was necessary.

" We can't allow him to go into habard" they decided " we cancel the action" they proceed with the trial.

"Then what did he do to deserve court trial in the first place," the Queen of hearts remarked " I demand he be released unless so ordered by king Lionel! Any objections?" Nobody objected, except the small boy on the prosecution.

"Hello yes, um I object because he kidnapped my sister. And she still hasn't been found." the boy squirmed uncomfortably " So that's all." People agreed around him.

"I'd like to see the evidence that he was the one whom actually kidnapped her." she said smirking "or do you not have any?"

" Ma'am we don't have a lot of evidence pointing towards him, but we can't let him go" the council men had decided that this was the truth.

"Technically if you don't have good evidence you must release him until evidence is found," she said releasing the man. "You may go Sir Emalad" She paces along the room glancing at everyone. " I know he didn't do it cause he is my best friend and we were in the Ruby Shop Court until yesterday at 3pm two days after the alleged kidnapping."

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