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The Lost Ring

A myth submitted to the site by Tonislav

Bourgas, Bulgaria, Bulgaria

A long time ago there was an old man who lived together with his grandson - John. They were living in a small village and were far away from the civilization. Every morning they went in the forest and searched for food. Most of the time their attempts were not succesful and they ate vegetables and fruits.

One day they hunted down a deer. They were very happy and excited about it. When they got home they prepared the meal, when suddenly they found something in the deer's stomach. It was shiny and beautiful. They were not educated but knew for sure that it was something valuable.

On the other day they packed their bags and went to nearest city where they visited a jewellery shop. The man who worked there was extremely nervous when they showed him the ring. He began to crumble and collapsed. The two men quickly helped him and soon afterwards he began to speak. He told them that this ring belonged to the king but it was stolen from him.

Since that day the king was sick and it was believed that the cause for his disease was the missing of his ring. When the two men heard of that they quickly visited the King and gave him the ring back. After a few days the King felt well and as a sign of gratefulness he gave them a lot of money and made sure that they live happy until the rest of their lives.

By Tonislav
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