Mystery of Vanish in Love

Mystery of Vanish in Love

Mystery of Vanish in Love

Mystery of Vanish in Love

      Once upon a time, there were an old man and his son lived in a suburb. His wife had died when the boy was two years old. She got heart attack. The old man loved his son so much that he gave everything his son asked. It was because he did not want to see his son to be sad. He did not want to lose his only son, as he had already lost his wife. He wanted to grow his son well, so that his wife could smile. (Also read : Story of Ande Ande Lumut)

      The boy named Han. Han was sixteen and he was a charming boy. He had oval-faced, and thin cheek. His eyes were as deep as the blue sea. He had a pointed nose—which shone when the sunlight passed on it. His lip was as nice as a thin cut-lemonade.

      Just a week later, he would have his birthday party. The party would be the greatest party ever. All villagers would be invited to attend the party. Their house would be beautifully decorated by the professional decorators. Han’s father took his son to the most branded saloon in the city. He got his new hair-style. He also got some expensive shirts, T-shirts, and trousers that they bought in famous stores. read more

Jaka Tarub and the Seven Nymphs

Jaka Tarub and the Seven Nymphs

Jaka Tarub and the Seven Nymphs

Jaka Tarub and the Seven Nymphs

      Once upon a time, there lived a widow in the village near the forest. She had a handsome and dashing son. Her son’s name was Joko Tarub. They lived in small hut. Days by days they cultivated their rice field and her son looked for fire woods in the forest. (Also read : Story of Javanese Letters)

       One day, when he looked for fire woods, he heard the sound of some girls laughing. As the place is deep inside the forest, Jaka Tarub wondered why there were girls there. Slowly he followed the sound and arrived at a small pond. By peeping trough the bushes, he saw seven beautiful girls taking a bath. He was really amazed by their beauty. After they had finished taking a bath, the girls slowly took their shawls. Amazingly after they wore the shawls, they flew to the sky. They were not humans. They were nymphs.

       After that Jaka Tarub went home. At home, he was very restless. He was still thinking about those seven beautiful girls. (Also read article at : How Busy Day Saturday) read more