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by Tristy
Rated: E · Fiction · Gay/Lesbian · #2182697
A fairy tale about two women getting married.
Alekhya and Lunara were linked arm-in-arm and they were skipping down the mushroom path. They were on their way to the local church where they were destined to get married in God's hands, and with that the pair decided to take a shortcut through Mushroom Forest to reach their desired destination fast.

"Let's get married," Alekhya piped.

"Let's get married," Lunara chirped.

"Let's get married in a Catholic Church!"

"Let's get married, let's get married, let's get married in a Catholic Church!"

"Let's get married, let's get married, let's get married in a Catholic Church!"

It was not long before the two got lost. Alekhya looked around, but all she could see were tall oak trees. Nervously, she felt into her bag for her favourite toy, Little Piggy, but Little Piggy was nowhere to be found! Alekhya began to panic. She felt sure she had packed Little Piggy. She lost her magical companion!

Unexpectedly, she saw a cute pig clad in a green dress disappearing into the trees.

"How odd," thought Alekhya.

For the want of anything better to do, she decided to follow the peculiarly dressed pig with Lunara closely behind.

Eventually, Alekhya and Lunara reached a clearing. They found themselves surrounded by the same old oak trees yet again, albeit with the church sparkling down the mushroom lane. It appeared that the cute pig guided them to the holy sanctuary!

Alekhya jumped at the marvellous sight, "Luna, the church!"

"Well, are we ready?!" Lunara beamed from ear-to-ear.

"Ready!"

Hand-in-hand, the two skipped down the lane joyfully, but they were never quiet.

"Let's get married," Alekhya piped.

"Let's get married," Lunara chirped.

"Let's get married in a Catholic Church!"

"Let's get married, let's get married, let's get married in a Catholic Church!"

"Let's get married, let's get married, let's get married in a Catholic Church!"

Bombarding through the wooden doors, Alekhya accidentally tripped and fell face-first onto the flooring. Along came Lunara, losing her footing and soon tumbling over Alekhya's fallen form.

"Oh no!"

Soon enough, Lunara jumped up to her feet and held out her hand for Alekhya to grab.

"Hello!" Alekhya called. "Is anybody there?"

Nobody replied.

Alekhya looked closely at the altar in the distance, suddenly her Little Piggy companion leapt up onto the surface of the table, seconds before sending a friendly wave in Alekhya's direction. Alekhya squeaked excitedly, grabbing Lunara's hand as the pair loped up the short steps to meet with Little Piggy.

Standing opposite one another, still holding each other's hands, their Little Piggy companion flipped the first page and started to sing along.

"Let's get married," Alekhya spoke this time.

"Let's get married," Lunara repeated.

"Happiness is not something that just happens; a good marriage must be created with a big tap in. The little things are the big things, it is never being too old to hold hands like in the springs, and it is a remembering to say those three dearest words at least once a day with a sharing of golden rings."

"It is never going to sleep angry, it is at no time taking the other for granted; the courtship should not end with the honeymoon, it should continue through all the years... always in tune."

"It is standing together facing the world; it is forming a circle of love that gathers in the whole family, it is doing things for each other in the spirit of joy..."

"It is speaking words of appreciation, gratitude in thoughtful ways. It is not expecting one person to wear a halo, or the other to have wings of an angel. It is not looking for perfection in us. It is giving each other an atmosphere in which can grow."

"It is finding room for the things of the spirit; it is a common search for the good and the beautiful. It is not marrying the right partner; it is being the right partner."

"I pledge to be true to you, to respect you, and to grow with you through the years."

"We are many things to each other, may only the best qualities continue to shine."

"And you know, let's just seal this marriage with a kiss right now..."

With that, Alekhya pressed her lips to Lunara's to finish the final piece.


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