How The Troubles Came Into The World
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A very long time ago, in the Golden Age, every one was good and happy. It was always spring; the earth was covered with flowers, and only gentle winds blew to set the flowers dancing.
One day, after Prometheus had been gone for some time, Mercury came to the cottage of Epimetheus, leading by the hand a beautiful young woman, whose name was Pandora. She had a wreath of partly opened rosebuds on her head, a number of delicate gold chains twisted lightly around her neck, and wore a filmy veil which fell nearly to the hem of her tunic. Mercury presented her to Epimetheus, saying the gods had sent this girl that he might not be lonesome.
The gods sent Epimetheus a heavy box, that was not to be opened
Whats in this box?
Why did I open the box?!
We are troubles!
Pandora decided to open the box
There was one creature left in the box
I am hope.
I will fix everything that the troubles caused.
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