Three Wishes

Three Wishes

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  • Exposition
  • I shall grant you three wishes, but choose wisely! They could change your fate.
  • Problem/Conflict
  • What should I do? If I choose the wrong wish, everything could turn out disastrous! I know what I want my wish to be! I will choose a wife.
  • Rising Action
  • Who are you?! Wait a second..are you the wife I wished for?
  • No! I am just astonished on how beautiful you are! I am very thankful to have you as my wife.
  • Yes I am? Are you not pleased by my appearance??
  • On one spring evening, Mr. Peters was driving along the road. All of sudden, he heard this strange noise. It was a swan tied up in the bushes. Mr. Peters untangles the swan. As a result, Mr. Peters is granted three wishes by the king of the forest.
  • Climax
  • I know what I have to do now.....
  • Rhea! Rhea! Rhea take me with you!
  • After Mr. Peters was granted three wishes, he thought carefully on how he would use them. All of a sudden, an idea struck! Mr. Peters wanted a wife. However, the wife had to be as beautiful as the forest, and so that is what he used his first wish for.
  • Falling Action
  • That next morning, Mr. Peters woke up to see a beautiful woman before him. Mr. Peters was astonished about the woman, he had never dreamed of a girl so beautiful. As the days went on, their love grew and both enjoyed each others company.
  • Resolution
  • *The awful, mournful cries of the swans over Mr. Peters death*
  • One night while Leita was sleeping, Mr. Peters heard her murmur something in her sleep. Once he heard what she was saying, he knew he had to do something about it. Mr. Peters then decided that he would use his second wish to change Leita back to a swan.
  • After Leita was once again a swan, Leita and Rhea would come and visit Mr. Peters regularly. Mr. Peters would sit on bench near the lake, while Leita and Rhea would swim in the water. Even though he was lonely again, he still head Leita and Rhea. However, they were not the kind of love he wanted.
  • On one tragic day, Mr. Peters had passed away peacefully in his bed. Both Leita and Rhea mournfully cried at the loss of Mr. Peters. However, Mr. Peters had a smile of joy on his face, and a leaf with a white feather on his chest.
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