The Alchemist - Add A Scene Project

The Alchemist - Add A Scene Project

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  • I now know my true treasure. Fatima, I shall come for you. I know now that I love you. 
  • Fatima! Where are you my love? I have come back to you. Where have you gone?
  • Fa.. Fa.. Fatima! What is going on here? 
  • Santiago is ready to go back to the Oasis and reunite with his one true love once more. He told her he would come back to her and it was true. He found his treasure achieving his Personal Legend, and it's Fatima
  • Please. Please let me explain!
  • Santiago! You have returned!
  • Yes. I am back.. for you. Or so I thought.
  • I will give you a chance, please tell why you did this.
  • When Santiago arrives at the Oasis, he is in search of Fatima. Looking throughout the land and passing by the wells where they first met. 
  • 'It was long and lonesome here by myself. I hoped you would come back but the fear of you not coming back left me haunted. I couldn't sleep nights on end wondering if it was true if you would come back to me but I just knew I couldn't keep doing this to myself.
  • Santiago finally finds Fatima on the outskirts of the area but he sees someone with her. Looking lovingly at each other, the way Santiago did with her that day at the well, confusion, and jealousy ran through his veins. Santiago stepped up and confronted Fatima then and there. The mystery man nervously walks away and Fatima is left in the dust in front of Santiago. 
  • What is left for me to stay?  But my Fatima,  oh how I have missed you fro so long and I see you like this 
  • WHY UNIVERSE? Why would you do this to me?  My love.. She is with someone else. What am I to do?
  • Moving herself and Santiago back to her tent., Fatima is consumed with surprise and guilt. 'He wasn't supposed to find out this way.', she thought. Though Santiago is overwhelmed with anger, he lets her explain herself.
  •  Fatima continues. "Though I am a woman of the desert, I must remind you I am still a woman at the end. It's been too much for me to keep wondering to and doubting myself about how and what to feel. I know now that it is not you, it's me.' I'm sorry you had to find out like this but I was going to tell you when you re-cooperated from your trip. This is indeed the end for us."
  • "What is left for me to stay?  But my Fatima,  oh how I have missed you for so long and I see you like this."
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