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There was once an ugly satyr called Silenus. He is a friend of Dionysus, the God of Wine. Both would hang out and drink wine.
One night, Silenus went on grounds of Midas, king of Phryga. Silenus laid down on the rose bushes and fell asleep. At morning, Princess Zoe saw the satyr and called the gardener to dispose of him. The gardener asked the king and ordered to be kept in a room.
The satyr stayed for a day and nobody liked the goat- smelling satyr, not even the cook. The satyr stayed for a whole week under the order of the king. Because of the king's kindness, Dionysus was pleased.
Dionysus was playing a song in the king's garden and caught his attention. The king kneel down and Dionysus asked him to wish a wish in gratitude for being nice to his friend the satyr. The king wished foe everything he'd touched to turn into gold.
The king's wish was granted and he enjoying his gift. When the Princess came in his room to see what his father was happy about, she saw how he touched an abject and it would tund into gold. Both were very happy. The king hugged his daughter and she turned into a cold, gold statue.
For as long as I live, I will rejoice in all that is simple and natural.
The king wanted to remove the curse and called for Dionysus. The god told the king to go to the river flowing in the city of Sardis and was his foolishness away. The king did as told and the curse was removed.
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