fables

TO GET OVER IT

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A man was passing through a market place. His progress was slow and he became an object of scrutiny and amusement to the denizens of the place. Sellers and shoppers and idlers of all ages exchanged clever remarks about the pathetic man. Apparently, they they had never beheld such a sight. Occasionally a huckster, unable to resist a passing sale, urged the man's attention to his wares. But the man kept his eyes upon the ground and, though none could see it, he smiled a vague, shadowy smile.
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