Once apon a time there was a woodman and his son. His son went on a hike and stepped on the snake. The snake bit him and the son died. The woodman came and cut off the snakes tail. After that the snake killed all of the woodman's animals. The woodman came to the snakes den and gave him gifts asking for forgiveness. The snake said no. The moral is that injuries may be forgiven but, not forgotten.
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The man stepped on the snake.
The snake turned around and bit him
The woodman (The mans fathers) Took his axe and cut off the tail of the snake.
The snake then went on to kill all of the animals the woodman had.
I'm sorry my snake will you take this food and soda to be friends with me and over pass this unpredictable war between us?
The woodman tried to apologize to the snake to be all good with each other.
The snake said "No". The moral of the story is some injuries can be forgiven but, not forgotten.
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