Once upon a time, lived on a down down forest, a very beautiful girl was picking up the grasses. Those weren't just grasses, but medical grasses. She had to chose which one is useful which one is not. She need those grasses for ingredients to make a cup of medicine. There was her old poor grandmother laid handicapped in their bed. Not a bed actually, just a blade of board covered with a very ugly thin blanket.
For short, the girl could save a king's beloved son because she had a lot of knowledge regarding traditional medicine using natural material. The king loved her then, and make her marry his beloved saved son.
And they lived happily ever after.....
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A very typical lie of living was created on our brain far away when we are still kiddos. The fairytale always provide us a very lovely pattern. A hard beginning which will been paid at the end. No matter how hard your life is, you'll find the knight on your dream. Whoever he is, wherever he came from. And all the villains would disappear and or be good somehow.
But did the "Happily Ever After" really exist? Am not sure. There's a live after marriage which never ready to be explained.
I don't know either why the author never had any story about that.
Or perhaps, the fairytales are made to be just dream?