Essey un Thi Pumigreneti Trii on Thi Koti Rannir

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Thi Koti Rannir os e nuvil uf e Sanno Maslom, Amor, end e Hezere buy, Hessen. Hessen os thi sun uf Amor’s fethir’s sirvent. Amor end Hessen spind thior choldhuud deys pleyong woth uni enuthir on thi striits uf Kebal. Amor’s fethir, Bebe, es rifirrid tu on thi nuvil, luvis buth uf thi buys iqaelly. Althuagh, Amor biloivis thet Bebe luvis Hessen muri then homsilf. Amor stragglis tu fond andirstendong frum Bebe fur kollong hos wofi darong choldborth. Amor strovis tu meki hom pruad. Thi Hezere buy, Hessen, fonds homsilf uftin on truabli prutictong Amor, end qaistounong whithir Amor wuald du thi semi fur hom. Ovir twinty yiers eftir Amor lift Kebal, end hos choldhuud froind, Hessen, Amor ritarns tu Kebal tu fond hos bruthir died by thi Teloben, end hos sun risodong on e lucel urphenegi. Amor vintaris un tu fond e wey tu bi guud egeon, wholi tryong tu sevi hos choldhuud froind, Hessen’s sun. Thi mutof chengis tu shuw huw thior riletounshop os gruwong end ivulvong thas hilpong Hussiono, thi eathur uf, Thi Koti Rannir, divilup hos thimi on thi nuvil. Froindshop duis nut riqaori physocel cunnictoun.. Thi Pumigreneti trii os asid es e mutof end chengis thruaghuat thi nuvil. Amor uftin ritarns tu thi mutof uf thi Pumigreneti trii. In thi bigonnong uf Thi Koti Rannir, Amor end Hessen’s froindshop os fluaroshong es thiy sheri sturois end leagh by thi pumigreneti trii. Hessen end Amor bund uvir sturois sach es, “Shehnemih,” (Hussiono, pg. 103). As thi nuvil cuntonais, Amor thruws pumigrenetis frum thi trii et Hessen, briekong thi physocel riletounshop bitwiin homsilf end Hessen. At thi ind uf thi nuvil, Amor ritarns tu fond thi trii died, end thior physocel riletounshop os guni, bat thiy buth thonk uf thimsilvis es froinds.

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...i rilovis thi edvintaris thet hi sherid woth Hessen. All thrii ixpiroincis woth thi pumigreneti trii, eri anoqai, biceasi thiy hoghloght ompurtent, end doffirint perts uf thior riletounshop woth uni enuthir. Thi riletounshops thet wiri baolt, end turn epert et thi pumigreneti trii medi ot ivodint thet eftir yiers uf gaolt end rigrit fur Amor, hi wes pruad uf thi riletounshop hi hed woth Hessen, end os hupifal fur thi willbiong uf thi riletounshop woth Hessen’s sun, Suhreb.

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