ABC Cinderella

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Monotonous Cinderella
Cinderella moved in with her wicked step-mother after her mother died.
Her father died.
Her wicked stepmother took over.
Cinderella knew how much more her step-mother liked her step-sisters.
Her stepmother told her to clean the chimney.
Cinderella said, “No one likes me.
She had to clean the chimney, even though it hadn't been used.
She was sent to bed, every single night, with no supper.
She always obeyed, even though she knew the chores were unfair and ridiculous.
One day the doorbell rang.
Cinderella answered the door.
There stood a messenger from the palace.
Cinderella took the message.
She ran upstairs gleefully to show her step-mother.
She did her chores joyfully.
She made a dress to wear to the ball.
Her step-mother said, kindly, "You can go as long as you get your chores done."
She laughed to herself as she looked at Cinderella's impossible work list.
Cinderella did her chores and made her dress.
She dressed for the ball,
Her stepsisters tore off her dress in a fit of jealousy.
Cinderella cried, "Now I won't be able to go to the ball!"
Her Fairy Godmother appeared, and Cinderella stopped crying.
Cinderella stood up and asked the visitor who she was.
The Fairy Godmother explained.
She raised her wand.
She created a lovely coach and evening gown, complete with glass slippers.
The Fairy Godmother sent Cinderella on her way,
She told Cinderella that she could stay until twelve, for when the clock struck twelve the spell
would be over.
Cinderella arrived and the Prince saw her and immediately fell in love with her, forgetting
everything else.
Cinderella looked at the clock; it was one minute to twelve!
Cinderella ran from the ball,
She dropped her glass slipper.
The prince picked it up and used as a means of locating the mysterious, beautiful girl.
The prince, on his journey from home to home, arrived at Cinderella's house.
Her step-mother locked Cinderella in her room.
One of the prince's many servants, demanded that the door be unlocked and Cinderella be
permitted to try on the shoe.
The shoe fit.
Cinderella and the prince were married!
They lived happily ever after.
ABC Cinderella
A young lady named Cinderella moved in with her wicked step-mother after her mother died.
Before her father died, everything was going well, but after his death her wicked step-mother
took over.
Cinderella knew and was many times reminded how much more her step-mother liked her stepsisters.
"Dog gone, that woman is really getting to me," Cinderella said to herself when asked to clean
the chimney.
Every day she had to clean the chimney, even though it hadn't been used.
Faithfully she was sent to bed, every single night, with no supper.
Good, obedient Cindrella always obeyed, even thoght she knew the chores were unfair and
ridiculous.
Hopeless and despondent, Cinderella answered the door one day when the bell rang, and there
stood a messenger from the palace.
In a rush, Cinderella took the message and ran upstiars gleefully to show her step-mother.
Joyfully Cinderella did her chores and made her dress.
Kindly her step-mother said, "As long as you get your chores done," laughing to herself as she
looked at Cinderella's impossible work list.
Lovingly Cinderella did her chores and made her dress.
Merrily she dressed for the ball, but her dress was torn off by her sisters in a fit of jealousy.
"Now I won't be able to go to the ball!" she cried.
Presently her Fairy Godmother appeared, and Cinderella stopped crying.
Questionably Cinderella stood up and asked the visitor who she was.
Raising her magic wand, the Fairy Godmother explained and created a lovely coach and evening
gown, complete with glass slippers.
So the Fairy Godmother sent her on her way, until twelve, for when the clock struck twelve the
spell would be over.
Then, as she arrived, the Prince saw her and immediately fell in love with her, forgetting
everything else.
Unbelieving, Cinderella looked at the clock; it was one minute to twelve!
Vigorously she ran from the ball, dropping her glass slipper which, fortunately, was picked up by
the prince and used as a means of locating the mysterious, beautiful girl.
When the prince, on his journey from home to home, arrived at Cinderella's house, her stepmother locked Cinderella in her room.
Xavier, one of the prince's many servants, demanded that the door be unlocked and Cinderella be
permitted to try on the shoe.
Yes, the shoe fit, and Cinderella and the prince were married!
Zama was the town they moved to and lived happily ever after.
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