Mirror, Mirror on That Wall

Once upon six different times, there was a castle that was much further than far away.  In this castle lived the Not-So-Great Queen Sheeata.  Time after time after time after time she went to the great mirror on that wall to ask who was the most beautiful woman in all of the land and beyond, and the great mirror on that wall told her that she was the most beautiful woman in all of the land and beyond.  The Not-So-Great Queen Sheeata relished in the glory of her beauty.

            One day, that changed.

            The Not-So-Great Queen Sheeata went to the great mirror on that wall.

            “Oh great mirror on that wall,” she said.  “Who is the most beautiful woman in all of the land and beyond?”

            As she bellowed in her glory, the great mirror on that wall said, “Oh Not-So-Great Queen Sheeata, you are a woman of great excellent and exceptional beauty, but you are not the most beauty today.”

            “What!”  She shouted.  “You have got to be kidding me.”

            “My great apologies oh Not-So-Great Queen Sheeata,” the great mirror replied.  “I am not kidding me.  I am the great mirror on that wall.”

            “So,” she smirked.  “Who is the most beautiful woman in all of the land and beyond?”

            “Her name,” said the great mirror on that wall, “is Jennifer.”

            Great extreme fury grew within her.  She punched the great mirror on that wall shattering it to pieces.  “I am going to destroy Jennifer.”

            As she was about to get out of the room, the one of the tiny shards of the great mirror on that wall shot out a bolt of lightning shattering the Not-So-Great Queen Sheeata into tiny little pieces.  The great mirror on that wall brought itself together.

            “Great,” it said.  “Now we need another hideous queen for the next story.”

            And the Not-So-Great Queen Sheeata lived not so happily after.

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