The Prince of Wails

He was the favorite of the all-powerful uncle.  There was no one more privileged among the five nephews and four nieces.

The path had been set:  De La Salle University, Ateneo de Manila University, and on to Harvard University in the United States.

But Fate often intervenes to veer one’s Life off-course…

Of all the beauties that the Prince had fancied, he decided on the one who was entirely unacceptable.  She was a peasant from a distant land.

The all-powerful uncle was extremely disappointed and angry with his favored one.  Long-held privileges were abruptly withdrawn.

So the Prince and his morganatic wife suffered for years.

So the all-powerful uncle suffered for years.

As always, Time healed.  But just as it was about to run out.

The All-powerful uncle was slowly but surely dying.  While he had entrusted small matters to the Rag Princess, He entrusted the future of the family to the Prince.

And so the all-powerful uncle passed away.  The Prince mourned him more than the rest because he was really the one who was closest to him.  The Prince was disconsolate for a time.

And so the Prince took the leadership of the family.  But it was really the morganatic wife behind everything, because she completely controlled her Prince.

*unfinished* 

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3 Comments

  1. January 16, 2007 at 12:08 pm

    myles:

    I hate to disappoint you, but it’s just a member of our family. 😛

    Toto Gonzalez

  2. myles g. said,

    January 16, 2007 at 11:33 am

    More hints, T. Is this from “la familia primera” de Makati?

  3. myles g. said,

    January 12, 2007 at 8:25 pm

    Who dis?


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