Willow, a dryad, loves to spend time with her love, Jai, in the forest by her tree. They have known each other for a long time. Willow also likes to hide in her tree to learn more about her surroundings and people. She listens to conversations and then helps those people.
Ave and Robin, a young girl and boy from Jai's village, love each other but are not allowed to marry each other. Robin's family is poor, while Ave's family is rich. Ave's parents want her to marry someone of her status. Willow listens from inside her tree and wants to help.
Jai, who's family is rich like Ave's, is told by his parents he is going to marry Ave. He knows of Willow's interferences with them and threatens her. He told her she needed to leave them alone so Ave didn't run off or something similar. Willow is shocked and surprised, upset at Jai's change of personality.
Despite Jai's warning, Willow relentlessly tries to help the two lovers. She opens their minds to all the possibilities and allows them to discover how great their love really is. Willow doesn't seem to notice how Jai has heard about Willow's success from Ave.
Jai, angered that Willow assisted Ave and Robin, burned Willow's tree that was connected to her life force. Jai was killed by the fire, too, and his spirit flew up with Willow's. Ave and Robin were free to marry.
Ave and Robin, using what Willow had advised, successfully married. Their families attended, appreciating their children's happiness, although Ave's family was worried for her future. Willow watched from heaven alone, without Jai, who hadn't been forgiven and would never see them again.