Once upon a time, there lived a beautiful swan. She lived in a lake in the forest, and fed on seaweed and small fish. Her life would have been happy, but one thing was keeping her miserable. She was lonely. Every day, she would swim around the lake, wondering what she would do.
The grass surrounding her was cosy and inviting, but the beautiful swan was tired of taking naps on them. She was very sad, and very lonely. What would she do?
The trees surrounding her were pretty and intriguing, but she was tired of gazing at them. She was very depressed, and very lonely. What would she do?
There were lots of cute and friendly animals in the green forest who often came to drink the refreshing water, but the beautiful swan was far too shy to speak to them. What would she do? How would she ever live a happy life?
One day, the beautiful swan was having an occasional nap on the soft, inviting grass, when she was awoken by the gentle tapping of a bluebird. “You have a visitor,” she said in a sweet little voice.
The beautiful swan reluctantly followed the bluebird through the bushy forest, and they went a long way. The beautiful swan’s legs were tired! Then, the bluebird led her into a clearing with lots of sweet smelling rose bushes. There, in the middle of the clearing, was a beautiful swan, tall and fair.
Then, they got married and lived happily ever after. From then on, the beautiful swan was never miserable or lonely ever again. She lived a happy life with her husband in the lake in the forest, and they were as bright as bluebells.