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A Look At The Unreached

A myth submitted to the site by Rina Bella

Cairo, Egypt

One day, an old man named Zorac was going home.
He was walking in the street when a little girl ran in front of him.

The girl took his interest because her clothes were old and dirty. Also, she carried a very large and heavy bag on her back. She seemed so desperate.

He kept watching her as she was crossing the crowded street. The old man feared that any desaster may happen: wether the bag falling or any car hitting her because maybe they won't see her as she was very small. But happily, she crossed the street safely.

Then, she stopped. The old man looked around seeking the reason until his eyes caught a group of young boys playing.
The girl was watching the boys while playing. Zorac considered the difference between the boys' bare feet and hers.

So, Zorac decided to go and give her some money or buy her a toy. But as he started to approach her, she walked away with her heavy bearden. Finally, she looked one last long look at the boys then walked on her own way without even noticing Zorac.

By Rina Bella
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