Later that night, Pocahontas convinced the guards

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Later that night, Pocahontas convinced the guards

Post by heroisthai on Thu Aug 18, 2011 1:17 am

Later that night, Pocahontas convinced the guards to allow her to see John Smith alone. Saddened by Smith’s fate, and believing it to be her fault, Pocahontas told him it would have been better if they had never met. Still, she couldn't say goodbye. "I cannot leave you," she whispered. "You never will," Smith replied. "No matter what happens, I will always be with you. Forever."

Meanwhile, Thomas had told the settlers that Smith had been captured by the Indians. They all wanted to help rescue him. Deviously, Ratcliffe took advantage of the situation and misled the settlers, telling them the Indians had rejected Smith’s gesture of friendship in order to imprison him.

Feeling lost and hopeless, Pocahontas returned to the enchanted glade. Looking at John Smith’s compass, she saw the spinning arrow and realized it was the arrow from her dream. Suddenly, it began spinning faster and faster, while the winds around her picked up speed. Finally, the arrow stopped, pointing a clear path toward the sunrise. Pocahontas knew she had to follow the arrow to save John Smith. With some urging from Grandmother Willow, Pocahontas began running through the forest.

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