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King lir lived long ago in Ireland. He had four children, two girst. Whom he loved dearly. Their step-mother was jealouse she move a spell that turned children into swans.

 

 

Lir was heart broken. His beart and heair turned with orley as he searched for his children. One day he saw four. Swans he did not realize who they were : altought, they recognized him as their father.

 

 

The spell could only be broken in the mountain in the north was joined to the one in the south. This seemed impossible, but after many year all the birts fiew into the air formad and arc between the mountains. The swans were transpormed and lir saw his children once more. The were no longer young but had grown old. With hair as white as their father’s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teks Naratif

 

 

Raja lir Tinggal lama di Irlandia. Dia punya empat anak, dua gadis. Yang sangat dikasihinya. Langkah ibu mereka memiliki mantra cemburu Dia Pindah Ke Itu Ternyata anak-anak angsa.

 

Lir itu patah hati. dikenakan-Nya dan rambut berbalik dengan orley saat ia mencari anak-anaknya. Suatu hari dia melihat empat angsa ia tidak menyadari siapa mereka meskipun mereka mengenal dia sebagai ayah mereka.

 

Kutukan hanya bisa dipatahkan di gunung di sebelah utara ini bergabung dengan yang di selatan. Hal ini tampaknya tidak mungkin, tetapi setelah tahun banyak semua burung melihat ke udara untuk marah dan busur antara pegunungan. Para angsa itu berubah dan lir melihat anak-anaknya sekali lagi. Itu tidak lagi muda, tetapi telah menjadi tua. Dengan rambut putih seperti ayah mereka.

 

 

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