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A Pig Goes up the Mountain
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|Flickr||Once there was a young man named Elya.|
|Flickr||Elya lived in a country far away. Elya loved a girl named Myra.|
|Flickr||Myra did not love Elya.|
|Flickr||Elya wanted to buy a present for Myra. Elya had no money to buy a present for Myra.|
|Flickr||Elya went to his friend. Elya's friend was an old woman.|
|Flickr||The old woman gave Elya a small pig. The pig would be a present for Myra.|
|Flickr||The old woman told Elya to take the small pig up the mountain every day.|
|Flickr||The old woman told Elya to have the small pig drink from the stream on top of the mountain.|
|Flickr||The blue water was cool and clean.|
|Flickr||The old woman told Elya to give the pig grass. The grass was long and green.|
|Flickr||The grass only grew on top of the mountain.|
|Flickr||Elya carried the pig up the high mountain.|
|Flickr||The pig drank from the stream. Then Elya carried the pig down the mountain.|
|Flickr||Elya carried the pig up and down the mountain every day. Soon the pig grew big and strong.|
|Flickr||Elya gave the pig to Myra.|
|Flickr||Myra did not like the pig. Myra still did not love Elya.|
|Flickr||Elya was sad. He decided to leave his country and go far away to America.|