First things first let me start out and say, I know that in Frozen this couldn't have happened. But one day I was thinking and I was like "what did Elsa do in her room all day for that long period of time?" So my creative juice started flowing and I thought of this. And I think if frozen wasn't a disney movie and it was real life this or something like i would probably happen. Not gonna lie this is rated T for a reason. It's not very pretty. So advise yourselves. Anyway, on with the story...

Elsa didn't know why her parents never let her outside her room to see her sister. Of course she remembered how she hurt Anna. But she had to gloves now. Nothing could go wrong; the magic was concealed. Elsa knew that she had to respect her parents orders and not play with Anna. But she was so tempted. Everyday Anna would sit outside her sisters door and ask if she wanted to come out and play. Sometimes she spent hours sitting on the opposite side of the door just talking. And of course Elsa would be in her room, listening intently.

Elsa didn't have much to do in her room, so she usually thought. A constant topic was Anna. She would remember all the fun things they had once done together. And then she'd be reminded of how it would never happen again. Elsa wasn't even sure if she'd ever get to see her little sister again. It killed her. Sometimes she'd wake up screaming and crying because she had had a nightmare, they all consisted the time she had nearly killed Anna.

Elsa knew she couldn't see Anna unless she got her magic under control. Elsa knew she'd never be able to control the curse. But the gloves numbed it. The ice couldn't defeat them. After a lot of thinking, Elsa realized if she had the gloves on she couldn't hurt Anna. So she could go and play with her.

The day Elsa realized this she sat by the door, anxiously waiting for her sisters daily visit. It was a routine for Anna. She would go to the white door down the hall, knock and get no reply. Anna wasn't sure if she thought she'd ever get one. But she still tried.

"Elsa! Wanna come out and play?" Anna asked. "It's spring time but there might be enough snow for us to build a snowman." Anna glanced out the window. "Never mind, there's not enough snow. But we could still play, if you want."

Elsa jumped at her sisters voice and grabbed the doorknob. But she froze before she opened it. Her gut told her this was a bad idea. But her heart told her it was okay. Elsa bit her lip. She took a deep breathe and opened the door.

Anna couldn't believe her eyes when she saw her sister. She had forgotten what Elsa had looked like exactly. Elsa smiled at her sister.

"I'd love to play, Anna." She said.

Anna squealed with delight.

"Wow! I can't believe you actually said yes!" Anna hugged her sister tightly. Elsa gladly returned the embrace.

"So what do you wanna do?" Elsa asked.


"Anna? Anna, dear it's time for supper, dear." The Queen of Arendale called. As she strode down the hallway to her daughters room she noticed Elsa's door left ajar. She looked into the room to see it empty. She gasped as realization struck her.

"Elsa?" She asked coldly. She power walked down the hall into Anna's room where she found her two daughters playing with dolls on the floor. When Elsa looked up at her mother her face drained of all color.

"Hi, Mommy!" Anna said, oblivious to the tension between the two.

"Elsa, what are you doing?" Her mother asked not trying to hide her anger.

"Mother-mother, I can explain-" Elsa tried to say.

"No. You will not say a word." The Queen commanded. "Elsa, back to your room."

Elsa opened her mouth to object but figured it was useless. With her head facing the floor, she trudged out of her sisters room. Before she left she gave her sister a sorry look.

"Mommy, what's going on?" Anna asked her mother cluelessly. She had no clue what was going on.

"Anna, I never want you to talk to your sister again.". She said sternly.

Before Anna could reply, the Queen stormed out of the room. She marched into Elsa's room. Elsa was sitting on her bed, trying to prepare herself for whatever punishment would be given.

Elsa's mother walked straight into Elsa's room and striked her daughter across the face.

"I've told you a million times not to see your sister!" She yelled.

Elsa felt hot tears streaming down her face.

"I'm sorry, mother. It'll never happen again." Elsa apologized.

"Damn straight it won't. Just wait until I tell your father." The Queen said.

Elsa gasped. Things only ever got worse when her father got dragged into things like this.

"You thought things were bad around here before, let me tell you it's gonna be heaven compared to what's next!" The Queen screamed. She stormed out of the room.

Elsa curled up into a ball and lay on her bed. She was cursing herself for doing a thing so stupid. She would certainly pay the price for it. And it would not be a kind fee.

so what do you think? Is it horrible? Should I continue it? Leave me a review to tell me.