One day, Lily decided to create something new

Once upon a time, in a land where words danced and letters played, there was a little girl named Lily. She had a garden of sentences and a meadow of phrases, but what she loved most were her flowers of speech. Each petal a word, each stem a line.

One day, Lily decided to create something new. She gathered her blooms and began to weave not a poem, nor a story, but a tapestry of language. It was a creation that sang without rhyme, spoke without prose, and lived beyond the pages of books.

And as Granny would say, echoing Jane’s sentiment, β€œLet the words be free, let them be anything but ordinary.” then lily had an idea she rubbed her nose and the genie gave her a wish lily said i wish i was in the london eye with granny alone the genie