|If You Wish Upon a Star
Author: Punzie the Platypus PM
When all the Disney Princesses become friends, they and Rapunzel attend Rapunzel's Royal Disney Coronation Ball, but the ten Disney villains are out for revenge, and they're being merciless. This could maybe not be, a happily ever after. God bless you!Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Friendship/Adventure - Rapunzel - Chapters: 25 - Words: 76,848 - Reviews: 178 - Favs: 64 - Follows: 49 - Updated: 02-27-13 - Published: 08-04-11 - id: 7253306
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DISCLAIMER: I do NOT own any of the mentioned films, they all belong to Disney. FYI, since the Prince Charmings do not have real names, I have given Snow White's prince the name of Ferdinand and Cinderella's James. Sorry for me posting the same chapters over and over, I'm new to this. AHH! I hope I get Pocahontas right, I've never watched her movie, we're on a waiting list for it on Netflix which we have been on for months.
In a castle in a country named Corona. . .
Rapunzel was watching the sky clear up on her balcony one September night. She breathed in and smiled. She was happy. She had been married to the love of her life, Eugene, last spring, she lived in the castle with her parents whom she had been separated from for eighteen years, she was princess of the happiest kingdom ever and she was content, or so she thought. She sighed as she realized something. She was, LONELY. Mama and Father were busy being king and queen, Eugene was practicing to be king, Maximus was getting rid of crime and Pascal was harder to find because he roamed around a lot exploring.
She giggled in reponse to someone's arms wrapping themselves around her waist. "Eugene, that tickled!"
"Sorry, Blondie," he laughed. They just stood there, watching the stars appear when Rapunzel sighed.
"You okay?" he asked.
"No. I don't know why but, I'm lonely," she whispered.
"Why? You've got me and Maximus and Pascal," he started counting off of his fingers when she gave him a look and he stopped.
"Never mind," she said as she slipped out of his reach.
"Hey, want to go horseback riding tomorrow?" Eugene inquired, trying to make her less sad.
In a castle off the seashore, there was another balcony.
Ariel was transfixed by the stars tonight. They were just there, blending into the dark night, but yet sticking out as something special. But then it grew too dark and they melted. She gave a snarl and danced into her room.
"Now, Princess, we've got to get you in your nightgown now, love," Carlotta scolded and then she was met with pieces of clothing flying over the dressing screen. "I AM, Carlotta," came the voice from behind. When she was done, Ariel danced out from behind the screen and leaped onto the bed.
"Princess, don't jump on your bed like that," Carlotta laughed as she finished her task.
"Carlotta, I was thinking-"
"Of course you were."
"Carlotta!" Ariel said as she flopped onto her stomach and held her head in her hands. "Why don't I have a friend?"
"What kind of a question is that? You have Eric and your sea friends and your sisters and Grimsby and," she pointed to herself, "me."
"I mean a best friend, one I can talk to and have fun with," Ariel declared.
"You'll have one soon enough, love," Carlotta said as she prepared to exit the room.
"When, Carlotta, when?"
"Once you set your mind to find one."
Ariel turned to face the balcony and started to think...
Meanwhile, in a golden castle with a newly required magic mirror. . .
"Oh, how I've missed the dwarfs!" cried little Snow White. "This castle has everything except, someone to talk to."
"What I am, chopped liver?" a voice came from the wall. Snow White, blanketed in her nightgown, turned and smiled. "Oh, I'm dearly sorry, Magic Mirror. It's just, that, you can only answer questions, not converse."
"Then ask me a question!" he stormed.
Snow White had gotten over his dark disposition and smiled as she recited, "Oh, Magic Mirror, there you stand, will I ever find a best friend?"
"Soon enough, with powers strong, nine best friends shall come along!" he said.
"Oh, do they have names and are they girls or boys and are they fun. . ." she started to ask excitedly.
"All questions must be done in rhyme, when your prince comes, it's sleeping time," The Magic Mirror replied as he turned off.
This was not a castle, but rather a secluded place in the forest.
"Grandmother Willow, ever since John has gone back to England, I've had no one to talk to. Father is busy helping the settlers, Nakoma is always busy and Flit and Meeko can't talk back," Pocahontas confided to the old tree.
"You've got me!" the old tree joked. Pocahontas looked down in sadness. "Oh, dear, you'll make friends soon, you've just gotta wish upon a star!" Grandmother Willow smiled.
"How do you do that?" Pocahontas asked, puzzled.
"You just find the biggest star you can find and say, 'Star light, star bright, first star I see tonight, I wish I may, I wish I might, get the wish I wish tonight,' and you add your wish."
"I don't think that'll work," she said as she rose.
"Just try it, honey, and your wish will come true," the willow said confidently.
"We'll see," Pocahontas replied and she turned and ran back to camp.
Meanwhile, in ANOTHER kingdom with ANOTHER balcony. . .
"Aladdin, do I have many friends?" Jasmine asked as she looked out on the long balcony.
"Of course you do!" he smiled as he leaned against the railing.
"Who?" Jasmine challenged.
"Me and Abu and Genie and. . ."
"I meant best friends who are girls," she interrupted.
"Well, I mean, there's . . too many to count really," said Aladdin.
"It's because I'm a princess! All I had before I met you were Father and the staff and Jafar," they both shuddered, "and stupid suitors to talk to. I have no real best friends to talk to!" She was met by a low growl. "Except you, Rajah," and Rajah wrapped around her legs and purred.
"Hey, would a lonely princess like to go on a carpet ride with a street rat?" asked Aladdin.
"You mean prince, my prince," and they set off on a ride, but even the rushing wind against her face didn't change her thoughts. She didn't have a best friend.
I hope you liked it, and thanks for reading!