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Nouman Aqil
Nouman Aqil
Garrison Junior Academy
Greed Is A Curse
Published On Mar 21st 2012
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Once, there was an old woodcutter who lived with his old wife in a jungle. He cut the trees, sold them in the market and with the money he fed himself and her wife. They were living happily until one day, when the woodcutter was cutting the trees, he felt thirsty. He looked around for water but there was nothing except trees. He threw the axe on the ground and started to search water. After a while, he discovered a pond which he had never seen before. He drank some water but suddenly he felt something wrong. He looked his reflection in the water and saw that he had been changed into a healthy, young man. He was very happy and wanted to tell this to his wife. When he came home, his wife thought that he was a traveller but when he told him about how he changed into a man and Magic Water she shouted and ran away into the jungle in search of the pond. Her husband was not as fast as her and came slowly after her. When the woodcutter reached the pond, he saw nothing. Suddenly he heard a child’s cry. He ran towards the cry and saw that her wife had drank too much water that she had turned two years old. The woodcutter turned sad and took up the baby and walked towards home.
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 Saad Good an Nice Saad
Oct 19th 2015
Soha NICE Soha
May 1st 2013
ayesha Nw he has to take care of his wife! poor little guy.... Ayesha
Apr 2nd 2012
Wajeeha Awesome effort Wajeeha
Mar 27th 2012
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