Princess Rosa

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  • Rosa was a young, floorless princess who lived in a castle made of sandstone. The castle perched over a large grass hill, located on the small island of Amsterdam. The castle was surrounded by a moat filled with magical water.
  • Rosa is the youngest of three sisters. Each of her three sisters always worried about their looks. Still with a Royal life Rosa wasn't happy. Rosa's family never socialised and Rosa was never allowed to set foot past the castle walls.
  • Why don't we talk?
  • Rosa would gaze outside her window, the curtains would sway from side to side. Rosa would imagine what it was like to step outside her castle. She could imagine the grass in-between her feet.
  • Why can't I leave my castle?
  • The next day Rosa woke up bright and early. But something puzzled her. Rosa heard something calling her name.Rosa just ignored it, then again the voice told her to go the the magical shear dust waterfall and find a mermaid. Rosa didn't know what to do. But she began to get curios. Rosa ran to the waterfall.
  • What is that?
  • Rosa found a mermaid. Her name was Issy. Issy said if you want all the jewels in this island come and touch this diamond and all will be yours. Rosa reached out to touch the diamond .Then she vanished into the diamond the mermaid had tricked her. Near by a pixie was watching the pixie realised Rosa from the diamond. Rosa rushed back home shocked from what had just happened.
  • Oh Know not again!
  • As Rosa got home she was surprised to see her family eating,and laughing together. Finally her family was together again. Rosa realised that her family is all she needed and to be happy with what you have. Rosa spend the rest of the nigh with her family, laughing and talking.
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