The day the stories were forgotten

The day the stories were forgotten dawned brightly. The wind blew cold from the west and the sun sank again, back to the east from a hands breadth above the horizon. Night came again and stayed for an hour. When the sun rose again, cold and bright again, all the stories had been forgotten.

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