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The Land of the Blue Flower

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Published: 1909
Language: English
Wordcount: 8,075 / 28 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 80.4
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 2,254 1368
Genre: Fantasy

im by the Ancient One.

Upon the plateau at the foot of the crag on which the castle stood there were marvelous walled gardens. The sad young Queen of the first King Mordreth had planted them, and after her death they had been left to run wild. Since the baby King Amor had been brought to the mountain top the Ancient One and his servitor had made them bloom again. As soon as he was old enough to hold a small spade Amor had worked in the beds. All things grew for him as if his touch were a spell; birds and bees and butterflies flocked round him as he labored. He knew what the bees hummed and where they flew to load themselves with honey; butterflies lighted upon his hands and taught him strange things. Birds told him of their travels, and brought him seeds from far countries which he planted in his gardens and which bloomed into marvelous flowers. A swallow who loved him very much and who had seen many wonderful lands once brought him a seed from an emperor's secret garden which none but four of his own slav

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 4 from 1 reviews: ****

A wonderful, uplifting tale. A young King changes his newly inherited kingdom (that was cruelly ruled over by his father) from a miserable place to a land of kindness and magic, with the help of a blue flower.



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