The Myth of Pyramus & Thisbe
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The Myth of Pyramus & Thisbe by Zeba Sultani
Oh Thisbe, if only we weren't forbidden to be together.
Oh Pyramus, I wish we could've been together!
The next day, Thisbe and Pyramus decide to meet up at the night. After arriving at the place, Thisbe flees into a dark cave and accidentally drops her veil.
A lion who had previously killed some cows, had Thisbe's veil her in its mouth.
Pyramus, discovering the bloody veil, assumed that the lion killed Thisbe. Assuming that, he kills himself.
I killed Thisbe! It's all my fault. I'm so sorry. I can't live without you.
Thisbe comes out of the cave and sees that her lover has killed himself, therefore she kills herself as well.
Please Pyramus, wake up! Our forbidden love has killed us. I will follow you to death.
Before Thisbe had died, she had asked the tree to hold the signs of their slaughter and always keep their fruits.
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