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Romance Story: Whatever It Takes

Updated on September 1, 2015
I'm Addicted to You
I'm Addicted to You | Source

Ran Out Of Patient

Everybody in the hood knows about Emily and her husband's fights; Her husband hates her and always starts fight with her over ridiculous things. Poor Emily doesn't know what to do; ask for divorce? She can't bring herself to do it though. She loves him too much. One day, sshe ran out of patience and left him.

Lila's house
Lila's house | Source

Unwise Lila

Emily walked alone with shaking lips heading to the house of her friend, Lila. Lila welcomed her and made a cup with tea. After a long moment of silence, Emily started talking about the fight with her husband, how much he hates her, and her wish to be the only woman in her husband’s life. But unfortunately Lila was reckless and offered risky opinion, "I know a conjurer, many women thank him for his capability to make their husbands love them. Let’s give him a try." Emily wanted to end this misery, so she decided to take Lila's advice and pay a visit to the conjurer.

The Conjurer
The Conjurer | Source

Wise Conjurer

Emily and the conjurer spent time in conversation. She asked him to cast a spell to make her husband love her.

The conjurer responded, “You are asking for something that is consider to be very difficult thing to do. Are you willing to do whatever it takes and handle the sequences?”

Emily said, “Sure, whatever it takes.”

Conjurer responded, “There’s only one thing to do, bring me a hair from a lion’s neck!”

Emily with a tone of fear, “A lion! That is very hard to do, what if the lion eats me. Aren’t there any way else?”

Conjurer said, “I’m afraid not. You’re asking for your husband’s heart, so it’s worth it.”

Emily said, “Alright, I’ll figure out something”

Sleeping Lion
Sleeping Lion | Source

The plan

Emily was confused, thinking how take lion’s hair, until she came up with an idea, which is if the lion is not hungry, he won’t eat her. Next day, she went to the forest and fed the lion, day by day the lion loved her and became friends.

One day, the lion laid beside her and slept, she took the advantage and started wiping lion’s hair and toke off a hair stealthily.

You Can Do Anything

Emily ran fast to the conjurer to cast the spell. The conjurer shocked when he saw the hair, and asked, “What did you do to the lion to take his hair?” She explained her plan that the entrance to lion’s heart is his stomach, so she fed them and by the time, they became friends.

The conjurer was surprised and said, “Your husband is not surlier more than the lion, find the entrance to your husband’s heart and own it.”

She thought about what her husband likes and what makes him mad at her. Then she figured out that her husband like children, she back home and satisfied him. After a month she got pregnant and made him the happiest husband in the world and won his heart again and forever.

Happy Husband
Happy Husband | Source

The Moral of the story

Women can do anything to with their husbands’ heart.

It’s not hard to achieve a goal if you do a little thinking.

Pure hearts are easy to own.

Knows things other people like, and do it.

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    • Wissam Qawasmeh profile imageAUTHOR

      Wissam Qawasmeh 

      3 years ago from Amman - Jordan

      you're totally right, Ragini .. I'll edit it as soon as possible

    • Ragini Vashya profile image

      Ragini Vashya 

      3 years ago

      It's a good story. Just needs wee bit revision. Well done!

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