There once was a king named Midas and King Midas was the richest man in the land, but the king was not satisfied with how much gold he has. He always dreamed about having more gold. One day, King Midas gave Bacchus a feast and in return for the feast, Barcchus gave Midas one wish and with that wish, Midas wished that when he touched anything, it would turn into gold. So Barcchus granted the kings wish.
When the king got home, he touched everything and he was so happy because everything he touched turned to gold. When he was messing with the roses, his daughter, Mary, came out of the palace.
The king's daughter then came out of the castle and walked up to her father. "Look," the king said as he touched the roses. All of the roses turned to gold once the king touched them. "I don't like these roses," said the princess. The king saw his daughter crying, so the king tried to wipe away the tears, but the princess turned to gold.
The king went inside the castle, and he went to have something to eat. When the king sat down on the chair, the chair turned to gold and the king chuckled to himself. The king lifted up the cup to get a drink of water, but the water turned to gold once it touched the king's lips.
The king started to complain about his wish. He had Barcchus give him instructions to get rid of the golden touch. The king had to go to the Pactolus River to get the golden touch out of him. The things he had turned to gold would return back to normal.
When the King returned back to the palace, the palace was back to normal. He found his daughter and embraced her and told her he doesn't care if he sees another piece of gold again.