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ॐ Story of La Llorana

Published by The Name is Bizit | under on 4:31 PM
:(In the early 1500’s, La Llorana was the prettiest girl in a small town somewhere in Texas. Every man in town wanted to marry her but there was one lucky man she hoped to marry. He befriended the family and courted her for a few years before they were married. In 3 years of marriage they had two sons.

One day before the oldest boys birthday, La Llorana’s husband went out to "buy a present.” He said goodbye to his wife and children and left for town. He was never seen again. There were rumors in town saying that he had left his wife for a young mistress. Some say that he was murdered, but no one ever knew the true reason why he left his family.

Eventually, she got over the abandonment, and had her heart set on a rich farmer. They soon fell in love. She told her lover that she wanted to get married, but he said they could not. She was in shock, and asked him why, but he would not answer. Later, he confessed that he could not marry her because of her sons.

She was so furious she ran all the way home. She told her boys that they were going to go and take a bath down at the river. The boys slowly entered the shallow part of the Rio Grande, but she had other plans. She told the boys that they were now old enough to go in the deep end, and so they did. As she pretended to wash their hair she firmly pressed on their heads and pushed them under water, she didn’t let go till they were dead.

After watching the lifeless bodies of her precious sons float away down the river, she ran to her lover’s house and explained what she had done. He couldn’t believe it and was disgusted by her actions. He declared that he couldn’t love a murderer and told her never to come to his house again.

Suddenly, she realized what she had just done to her family. She ran back to the river and wept at the bank. She stayed there and wept and did not eat or drink or sleep until she finally died.

Her soul now walks the rivers edge weeping and looking for her precious sons.:((


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