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Once upon a time

Once upon a time, there lived a young boy in a faraway kingdom in France. One afternoon as he was walking through his father's lavender fields, he heard a distinct rustling in the grass. William reached down and searched the grass with his flashlight, for it was now dusk and the day was becoming dark. All of a sudden he heard, "baaaa." Little William jumped up and squealed. This sound was unfamiliar and frightening. From all of the books he had read about animals and sounds he had heard, he couldn't recognize this sound. He was fixing to call for help on his walkie talkie when he felt something soft rub against his skin. William turned around and examined the fluffy and small curious creature. He picked up the thing and took it to the palace where his father could explain the thing to him. Through the fields of herbs, he went, admiring the shining stars above him and inhaling the magical aromas around him. The little thing squirmed and kicked in William's tight grip.

When he finally arrived to the palace he placed the creature in his baby sister's crib and consulted his maid. She told William that it was an ancient sheep. William was confused because he had never heard of a sheep, by far the softest fur he had ever touched was that of a horse. This little thing was too plump to be a horse and too soft to be a pig, so what could it be?Once upon a time, there lived a young boy in a faraway kingdom in France. One afternoon as he was walking through his father's lavender fields, he heard a distinct rustling in the grass. William reached down and searched the grass with his flashlight, for it was now dusk and the day was becoming dark. All of a sudden he heard, "baaaa." Little William jumped up and squealed. This sound was unfamiliar and frightening. From all of the books he had read about animals and sounds he had heard, he couldn't recognize this sound.

He was fixing to call for help on his walkie talkie when he felt something soft rub against his skin. William turned around and examined the fluffy and small curious creature. He picked up the thing and took it to the palace where his father could explain the thing to him. Through the fields of herbs, he went, admiring the shining stars above him and inhaling the magical aromas around him. The little thing squirmed and kicked in William's tight grip. When he finally arrived to the palace he placed the creature in his baby sister's crib and consulted his maid. She told William that it was an ancient sheep. William was confused because he had never heard of a sheep, by far the softest fur he had ever touched was that of a horse. This little thing was too plump to be a horse and too soft to be a pig, so what could it be?

After William had eaten supper and had washed up, his father enters the room to read his nightly bedtime stories. Although, this time the king had brought in several large books lined with fine silver and gold. William asked his father, "Papa, what will we be reading tonight?"His father replied in a delightful voice, "Something wondrous and spectacular, just let me begin and later we can discuss it." He slowly and gently opened the book at the top of the stack and said, "Octavo Ovis Aries." Meaning the book of the sheep. This book was full of the wonders and mysteries of the long-forgotten and longed for species of sheep. He read to his son that sheep were rare and glorious creatures who blessed their owners. Wherever the sheep was found was the place the sheep blessed and made flourish.

He thanked his son, for now, the king and his land would prosper. The sheep was most commonly found in ancient civilizations like Rome, Egypt, Greece, Persia, and Mesopotamia. The most successful and adored leaders who had longevity in these civilizations owned an orvies aries. His father's library included ancient manuscripts in which these leaders like Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, Hammurabi, and Ramesses II recorded the power and significance of their sheep. William's father read the extensive book vigorously, but his son soon dozed off with all of the stories of ancient civilizations that disinterest children. The next day, as his family took their sunrise stroll they decided to take the little sheep along. As they passed the great river that irrigated the king's magnificent fields and gardens they watched the thousands of fish that swam beside the sheep. It seemed like all of nature was controlled by the sheep. The birds tweeted and flowers bloomed when the sheep passed by, the sheep was simply powerful. The sheep continued with this family in their kingdom forever and he made the kingdom in France the most notable one. People all ethnicities and cultures came from all over the world to visit the king's great gardens and fields of herbs in Provence France. The sheep remains there roaming freely in his favorite place to be, in the lavender fields.

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