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HOW MOUNTAINS CAME TO BE

LONG, LONG AGO, THE EARTH WAS SMOOTH AND FLAT AND EVEN ALL OVER.
BUT ONE DAY, SHE AROSE AND WANTED TO TALK TO THE SKY. WHEN THE
FIRST OF THEM WERE FINISHED TALKING, THE EARTH TOOK LEAVE OF
THE SKY AND STARTED TO RETURN. BUT SHE DID NOT RETURN HOME
EVERYWHERE. SOME PARTS OF HER BECAME TIRED ON THE WAY AND HAD
TO STOP WHERE THEY WERE, WITHOUT COMPLETING THE DESCENT. THESE
ARE THE HILLS AND THE MOUNTAINS.

Where learned: NOT GIVEN

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Formation

Date learned: NOT GIVEN

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