Frozen: Kristin Essay

2637 words - 11 pages

Kristin strolled pass the boat that was being loaded. She stopped to watch that douche Hans being thrown into the jail cell, where he would be sent back to his twelve older brothers to be dealt with.
As they threw him in, he turned and made direct eye contact with Kristin.
She could see that he had green eyes. And freckles. And a nice jawline. And a pointy nose.
He could see that this woman, whoever she was, was beautiful. Then it hit him. It was that boy Anna loved- his sister. His twin, actually.
He felt something strange deep down, his eyes not leaving her figure until the boat was so far away that he could no longer see her.
Kristin watched the ship sail away, and she made a face. What ...view middle of the document...

There was one boat unloading, but it seemed they were almost finished, so she turned to walk away, but she was met with another. She didn't fall, but the other person did. The man. She reached forward to grab him, her hand grasping his shoulder.
He looked up at her, green eyes staring into her light brown ones. "Why, hello."
She let go of him immediately, and he dropped onto the wet wood.
Kristin looked down at him(she was several inches taller), horrified. "What are you doing here?"
He stood, brushing himself off. "I was sent home one year ago, and I was thoroughly punished by each and every one of my older brothers. I wish to not even speak about the things they did to me. But I am here...to see you."
Kristin stared at him for a good amount of time before laughing out loud. "What are you on about? Is something up with your head? People here hate you."
Hans sighed. "I knew you'd say something like that. No, it isn't true. When I laid my eyes upon you, I knew that I'd done wrong."
"You should have known that what you did was wrong anyway. But do go on."
"I waited a year to come back here. I thought that maybe I would be forgiven by now. But I suppose I was wrong. "
"You almost killed Elsa!" Kristin growled, looking around to see if anyone recognized him. Not a single person even glanced their way.
"I was a miserable idiot that only wanted power," Hans started, "and if you knew me, you'd know what I was saying was the truth. I would only degrade myself in such a way to someone I loved. And I believe I love you."
Kristin raised an eyebrow. "I'm sorry, but I can't take you seriously. Stay in Arendelle all you want. You're a jerk, and it would never work."
"I am disappointed by the very fact that I thought you would return feelings. I must say goodbye, then. I am not scheduled to leave for another three weeks, after Christmas. I thought by then I'd have you."
Kristin looked around. Was this a joke? This guy said things like a Hallmark card. "Do what you wish. Everyone is invited to the Christmas ball, so show if you dare. Expect unhappy greetings. Goodbye." She bowed(he was royalty, after all) and turned, leaving him standing there all alone. She mentally congratulated herself for pulling that off, and hurried to find Anna.
When she finally turned up, Hans could have wandered anywhere. "Anna? I have bad news."
Anna looked worried for a moment. "What? What is it?"
"I might sound like a lousy play, but the fact is...Hans is in Arendelle."
"What? No way. You're kidding with me."
"I wish I was. I ran into him on the fjord's dock. He was...courting me."
"Elsa's gonna flip. Kristoff's gonna flip. I'm gonna flip!" Anna's face reddened only slightly and she seemed to want to go find that man right now and teach him what it's like to almost be killed.
"He went on about how he wants forgiveness and that what he did was stupid, and the only person he would degrade himself to was someone he loved, and apparently, that was me." Kristin wondered what was up...

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