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Cursed Village - 2 - Amma

When Meera regained consciousness, she found herself lying on a soft bed of moss at the edge of the witchwood. Amma, an elderly woman known for her wisdom, sat beside her, her face filled with concern.

Amma: "Ah, you're awake now, child. Take a moment to gather yourself."

Meera groaned, her voice filled with fear.

Meera: "What... what happened? I was so scared, and then everything went dark."

Amma: "The presence within the witchwood overwhelmed you, dear. It caused you to faint. But fear not, you're safe now, and your spirit remains resilient."

Amma reached out a comforting hand, helping Meera to sit up.

Amma: "Come, child. We must leave this place. It's not safe here, especially after what you've experienced."

Meera nodded, her heart still pounding in her chest. She followed Amma, their footsteps barely making a sound on the forest floor as they moved deeper into the woods.

As they walked, Meera couldn't help but glance nervously at the twisted branches and shadows that seemed to shift with every gust of wind. The air felt heavy, as if the very essence of the witchwood was watching and waiting.

Amma's voice broke through Meera's thoughts, offering a glimmer of comfort.

Amma: "We will find a safe haven soon, my child. A place where the darkness cannot reach us. But first, we need to cleanse ourselves of the lingering presence from the forest."

Meera nodded, grateful for Amma's guidance. They arrived at a secluded clearing, where a small, crystal-clear stream flowed gently over smooth stones.

Amma gestured towards the stream, her voice gentle yet firm.

Amma: "Bathe in the water, Meera. Let it wash away the fear and darkness that clings to your spirit."

Meera hesitated, her eyes scanning the surrounding trees. She felt an irrational fear of closing her eyes, as if something sinister lurked just beyond her vision.

Amma sensed her apprehension and placed a reassuring hand on Meera's shoulder.

Amma: "Do not worry, my dear. I will stand guard, ensuring no harm befalls you while you cleanse yourself. The stream's pure waters carry ancient blessings, and they will protect you."

With Amma's words echoing in her mind, Meera slowly undressed and stepped into the cool embrace of the stream. The water caressed her skin, soothing her nerves and washing away the remnants of fear. She closed her eyes, taking a deep breath, and let the gentle current carry away her anxieties.

Amma watched over her, her gaze unwavering, as Meera embraced the healing powers of the stream. After a few moments, Meera emerged from the water, a renewed sense of calm washing over her.

Meera: "Thank you, Amma. I feel lighter, as if a weight has been lifted from my shoulders."

Amma smiled, her eyes filled with pride.

Amma: "You are stronger than you know, Meera. The forest may be filled with darkness, but we will face it together. Now, let us continue our journey, for there is much to discover and overcome."

Meera nodded, a newfound determination shining in her eyes. With Amma by her side, she felt a glimmer of hope in the face of the witchwood's ancient evil.

As Meera and Amma continued their journey through the depths of the witchwood, a sense of curiosity tugged at Meera's heart. She turned to Amma, wanting to learn more about the village they had left behind.

Meera: "Amma, what is the name of our village in Uttarakhand? I feel a longing for home, even though we are on this daunting quest."

Amma smiled warmly, her eyes glimmering with nostalgia.

Amma: "Our village is called Suryanagar. Nestled amidst the majestic mountains of Uttarakhand, it has been our ancestral home for generations. It is a place where the sun's golden rays kiss the lush green valleys, and the melody of the river Ganga lulls us to sleep each night."

Meera's eyes lit up, envisioning the picturesque village in her mind.

Meera: "It sounds like a truly enchanting place. I miss the simplicity of life there, the familiar faces, and the warmth of the community. What do you think they would say if they knew about our quest?"

Amma's gaze turned distant, her voice tinged with a mix of longing and concern.

Amma: "Ah, Suryanagar. Our people are rooted in traditions and ancient beliefs. They hold deep reverence for the forest and the spirits that dwell within it. If they were aware of the darkness we face, they would pray fervently, seeking the protection of the gods and goddesses. They would gather in the village square, lighting incense and singing hymns to ward off evil."

Meera nodded, absorbing the weight of their mission and the potential impact it could have on their beloved village.

Meera: "I hope we can bring an end to the curse that plagues our land. I long to see Suryanagar free from the grip of darkness and fear."

Amma placed a comforting hand on Meera's shoulder.

Amma: "You have a noble heart, my dear. Together, we will do everything in our power to break the curse and restore harmony to our village. But we must also remember that the journey is treacherous, and sacrifices may be required along the way."

Meera's determination flared anew, her eyes shining with resolve.

Meera: "I am prepared to face whatever challenges lie ahead. Suryanagar deserves to be liberated from this ancient evil, and I will not falter in my commitment."

Amma nodded, her weathered face reflecting a mix of pride and concern.

Amma: "We shall forge ahead, Meera, through the darkest corners of the witchwood and into the unknown. Our strength lies in unity, in the bond we share as guardian and protege. Together, we shall unravel the secrets that lie at the heart of this cursed forest."

With their minds set on their mission and the village of Suryanagar lingering in their thoughts, Meera and Amma pressed forward, bracing themselves for the challenges that awaited them in the depths of the witchwood.


in next part Akash is coming//[