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The Crystal Garden


By GowthamPublished 3 months ago 3 min read
The Crystal Garden
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The Crystal Garden

Once upon a time, in a land far away, there was a magical garden unlike any other. It was called the Crystal Garden, and it was said to be the most beautiful place in all the land. The garden was filled with all kinds of flowers and trees, but what made it so special was the crystals that grew there. These crystals were unlike any other, and they shimmered in the sunlight, creating a rainbow of colors.

The Crystal Garden was protected by a powerful enchantment that kept it hidden from the rest of the world. Only a few chosen ones were allowed to enter the garden, and they were always greeted by the gentle whispers of the crystals. It was said that the crystals had the power to grant wishes, but only if they deemed the person worthy.

One day, a young girl named Ava stumbled upon the Crystal Garden by accident. She was walking in the woods, trying to find her way back home, when she saw a glimmer of light in the distance. Curiosity got the best of her, and she followed the light until she reached the garden.

As soon as Ava entered the garden, she was mesmerized by the beauty of the crystals. She had never seen anything like them before, and she couldn't help but feel a sense of peace and calm wash over her. She walked around the garden, admiring the crystals, when she suddenly heard a voice.

"Who are you?" the voice asked.

Ava turned around and saw a small, winged creature sitting on a nearby crystal. The creature had the face of a human, but the body of a bird. It was wearing a crown made of crystals, and it looked at Ava with curiosity.

"My name is Ava," she said. "I didn't mean to come here. I was just lost in the woods."

The creature nodded. "I see. Well, you are welcome here, Ava. But you must understand that this garden is very special. The crystals here are not just ordinary crystals. They have the power to grant wishes, but only if they deem the person worthy."

Ava looked at the crystals with wonder. She had heard stories about magical gardens before, but she had never believed they were real. Now she was standing in one, and she could feel the magic in the air.

"I understand," she said. "But I don't have a wish. I just want to look around."

The creature smiled. "That's alright, Ava. You don't have to make a wish. But if you ever do, the crystals will be here, waiting for you."

Ava spent the next few hours exploring the garden. She saw flowers she had never seen before, and she felt the soft breeze on her skin. She felt at peace in the Crystal Garden, and she didn't want to leave.

As the sun began to set, Ava realized that she had to go home. She said goodbye to the creature and the crystals and promised to come back one day. She walked back through the woods, feeling happy and content.

Days turned into weeks, and weeks turned into months. Ava thought about the Crystal Garden every day, and she longed to go back. She didn't know why, but she felt a pull towards the garden. She knew that she belonged there, and she knew that the crystals were waiting for her.

One day, Ava decided to go back to the Crystal Garden. She packed a small bag with food and water and set off into the woods. She walked for hours, but she didn't get lost this time. She knew the way, and she followed it with ease.

When she reached the garden, she saw that the crystals were different. They were no longer shimmering with their usual rainbow colors, but were now glowing with a soft

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