Once upon a time, there was a small girl named Rose. Rose was a very sweet and kind girl who was always eager to help others. She had a special gift for being able to talk to animals, plants, and even the wind.
One day, Rose was walking in the forest when she stumbled upon a strange creature. It was tall, with bright blue eyes and long spindly legs. Rose was amazed and curious to know what it was, so she reached out to touch it.
To her surprise, the creature spoke back to her! It introduced itself as an Unhumanly, one of the most mysterious of creatures on the planet. It explained that it was sent to her to help her make a wish come true.
Rose was incredibly excited and immediately told the Unhumanly what she wanted – she wanted to be able to speak and understand the language of animals. The Unhumanly was delighted to hear this, and immediately began to teach Rose the language of the animals.
Rose was a quick learner, and within a few weeks she could understand and communicate with animals perfectly. She was pleased to finally be able to communicate freely with all the animals around her.
However, Rose soon realized that the Unhumanly had a dark side as well. Every time Rose used her new skill, she felt strange and a bit uneasy. She soon found out why – the Unhumanly had been draining her of her energy, leaving her feeling tired and drained.
Rose was horrified, and she quickly realized that the Unhumanly’s gift was not what it appeared. She courageously confronted the Unhumanly, and explained how its actions had been detrimental to her.
The Unhumanly was sorrowful, and it soon realized its mistake. It apologized and offered to give Rose something in return for using up her energy – it gave her magical healing powers.
Rose accepted, and soon found out that her newfound powers could help her in more ways than she ever imagined. From then on, she used her abilities to help the animals of the forest and make the world a better place.
The moral of this story is that it is important to always be aware of the consequences of your actions. Even when we think we are doing something good, it is important to look at the wider effects and implications of what we are doing. It is also important to forgive, and to understand that everyone can make mistakes.