Zachary Vogelsang - The Story of the Dragons's Pearl - 5/14/18
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Once, a dragon found a large white stone, smoothed by the wind and sea. As he admired it, it began to glow. "How pretty." he thought. "I shall make this into a pearl."
So week after week, month after month, and for many years without food, water, or rest, the dragon labored. He bathed it in the water, polished it with his claws, and rolled it in clouds with fresh raindrops.
It was finally done, perfectly smooth and round. A tear of exhaustion and joy left the dragons eye and hit the pearl, making it glow with an amazing radiance. The dragon then fell to sleep in it's glow.
But the pearl continued to glow. The light was so lovely that the Queen Mother of Heavens was able to see it. Once she realized it was a pearl, she sent to of her servants to get it for her. She then hid the pearl in the deepest part of her kingdom, behind nine locked doors.
Oh her birthday, the Queen Mother of Heavens foolishly revailed the stone to her kingdom. The dragon, who had been sucrching for the stone ever since he lost it, recognized it's glow and quickly followed it.
Seeing the dragon, the Queen ran into her garden, flowed by a crowd and her father, who had come in the commotion. The Queen found herself against the garden wall, and in an act of desperation, threw the pearl over and deep into the Celestial River. The dragon was about to go after it when the Heavenly Grandfather said "Leave it. Keep it there for the entire world to admire." Humbled, the Dragon and Queen agreed to leave the Moon where it now sits.
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