Once upon a time, there lived a little girl named Add. Add was the only daughter of a small-time farmer who lived in a tiny village far away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Add was an incredibly smart and beguiling girl. Despite her small size, her intelligence and quick wit made her a hit amongst the villagers. Add’s friends would often ask her for ideas when it came to solving their problems, and she was never one to disappoint them.
On one sunny summer day, the villagers were busy tilling the fields and harvesting the crops. Add, however, had never felt so bored. She wanted to do something fun and exciting but there was nothing to do. That’s when Add decided to go out on an adventure.
She packed her knapsack with all her essentials and set off on what she believed would be the journey of a lifetime. As she made her way through the forest, she encountered many mysterious and strange creatures. Add was enthralled with each sight and sound, and before she knew it, she had stumbled upon a magical kingdom.
The kingdom was run by a powerful and beguiling witch who ruled with an iron fist. The witch was absolutely mesmerized with Add and found her beguiling enough to become her apprentice. At first, Add was excited to learn the ways of sorcery, but soon came to realize that she was being used as a pawn in the witch’s nefarious plans.
Every day, Add would have to do all kinds of spells and rituals that she had no idea about. She was tired, confused and, worst yet, she had no control over her own destiny. It was then that Add realized that she had been tricked by this beguiling witch.
Add finally mustered up the courage to confront the witch. She told the witch that she was not playing with her anymore and that she wanted her freedom. The witch was taken aback but nevertheless, she obliged and let Add go.
As Add made her way back home, she realized that she had been beguiled by an evil witch who wanted to use her powers for her own gain. Add also realized that it was her own intelligence, quick wit, and courage that had allowed her to break away from the witch’s grasp.
The moral of this story is that we must always be mindful of those who try to beguile us for their own benefit. We must be brave and confident in ourselves to know when to stand up and refuse to be taken advantage of.