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Once there was a dragon who found a large white stone. The stone had been rounded by the wind and ocean. The rock was very beautiful. As the dragon held the rock it began to shine. He then decided that he would make the white stone into a pearl.
For days, months, and years the dragon never ate, and never slept. He was always working on the pearl. He carved the stone, smoothed it, flew it up to the clouds and rolled it in raindrops, and polished it with flowers. Finally, the dragon was finished. The peal was round and perfectly smooth. It was flawless.
As the dragon looked at his work a tear of exhaustion and joy fell from his eye. The pearl began to shine brightly. The dragon then fell asleep from exhaustion. The brightness of the pearl did not go unnoticed. The Queen Mother of The Heavens wanted the pearl for herself. So while the dragon was sleeping she sent out two servants to steal it.
The queen was astonished by the beauty of the pearl. Nothing could be compared to the pearl's beauty, so the queen made a vault with nine doors in the deepest part of her kingdom. When the dragon found out his pearl was missing he searched everywhere. When he couldn't find it he decided to wait for a sign.
On the Mother Queen's birthday, she threw a huge celebration. As people showered her with compliments she decided to show them her treasure. The light of the pearl shined upon the people. When the dragon saw his pearl he yelled out, "Hey that's mine." The queen was infuriated and she ran into the garden with the dragon close behind.
When the Heavenly Grandfather heard all of the noise he went outside to investigate. When he saw the Mother Queen and the dragon fighting over the pearl he told them to stop. He then said that the pearl belonged to be seen by all. The Mother Queen and dragon were thankful for his wise words. So now when you look up into the sky the beauty of the moon will be shining down upon you.
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