Lara Mills's Short Story

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Lara Mills was no ordinary 19-year-old girl, she was once a princess in the enchanted forest but now she lives in Storybrooke and works in the diner since her best friend Ruby Lucas returned back to the forest. She didn’t want to return back to her old home just yet, she felt there was more to discover. All she had ever known was the forest and the castles with extravagant balls and her current home Storybrooke, Maine where nothing ever goes smoothly, only recently her mother had told her about what happened when the curse was broken by her little brother Henry’s real mum came to town. In all fairness, she had thought she saw a spark between the two, but since her father was still unknown she had one last thing left to do! Her mother was Regina …show more content…
A few moments later i wake and feel the pain has now centred itself to the right side of my body specifically my waist. I quickly sit up and see belle on the phone while I look down to see my blood is black. Mother always told me that black blood is never good, why do I feel like this is a punishment for ignoring her today. About 10 minutes later ms. Regina Mills, my mother walks through the door rushing to me “my poor baby, do you know who did this to you? Oh my goodness, the blood is black! Gold what is going on?” i roll my eyes and sarcastically reply with “mum, you obviously did this because i wouldn't talk to you today, so can you make the pain stop and reverse this. So to answer your question it was you who did this to me! Yes, the blood is black i can’t believe you would do this to your own flesh and blood. You are supposed to be showing me you care not poisoning me!” For once in her life, my mum is shocked i feel quite empowered that i did that but that doesn't stop the pain in my …show more content…
She used to do that when i hurt myself when i was little. Gold comes back to us and looks at me with sadness in his eyes “Regina, can i speak to you over there a moment” as my mum nodded she let go of my hand and i started feeling sleepy so i closed my eyes…..

*Regina’s POV*

“Gold what is wrong with her?” i panic as i look over at her slipping out of consciousness

“Ms Mills I'm so sorry she has been grazed by an arrow dipped in ….”

“Please don't say it..”

“Ms Mills, it is dreamshade and there is nothing we can do to cure her but send her into a deep sleep until she finds true love which is almost impossible since she’s only 19 I don’t think she has found ‘the one’ yet or we can send her to the land where dreamshade originates from but she’d be all alone but she will have minor pain and survive until she leaves.”

“Gold neither of those are good! When she wakes she can choose but i don't want to lose her! She's my little girl and she always will be!”

“Okay Ms Mills we shall wait but we don’t have long!”

T-minus 24 hours for a decision or we say goodbye to Lara Mills, my little girl. Hopefully, she makes the right choice and we can see her again. Also maybe this will show her how much I

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