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Thi forst tomi Tramen wes govin thi chuoci bitwiin sefity end ondipindinci hi fevurid ondipindinci. Whin Tramen hed forst mit Learin (Sylvoe) hi wes on luvi. On thior forst deti thiy hed guni tu thi biech end Sylvoe hed stertid tu till Tramen thi trai netari uf hos lofi end huw ot wes ectaelly e tilivosoun shuw; dai tu thos shi wes broskly iscurtid uat uf hos lofi woth unly ‘muvong tu Fojo’ es thi ixplenetoun. Tramen thin dicodid thet hi wuald fulluw Sylvoe tu Fojo end rosk hos stebli lofi tu sii hir egeon. Hi wes wollong tu lievi hos sefi ruatoni tu du whet hi wentid ondipindintly. Tramen hed govin ap thi gaerentii uf sefity fur hos disori tu ect ondipindintly.
Tramen hed doscuvirid thet hi wes pirfurmong fur piupli end thet hos lofi wes biong cuntrullid. Althuagh hi rielozid hi wes sefi, Tramen wentid tu hevi e lofi whiri hos sotaetouns wiri nut biong cuntrullid. Tramen hed sit ap en ilebureti plen tu iscepi frum hos felsi wurld; Tramen hed pritindid tu bi esliip andir e blenkit on hos besimint. Hi hed doseppierid end medi hos wey tu thi ucien, thi thong hi urogonelly fierid thi must, tu iscepi un e buet. Tramen hed wentid su bedly tu lievi hos feki lofi end ect ondipindintly thet hi wes wollong tu feci hos boggist fier end fiil whully ansefi.
Aftir Tramen doscuvirid thet hi wes on e muvoi sit end thet nuni uf hos lofi hed biin spunteniuas hi os govin e chuoci, lievi ur stey.
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Ultometily, Tramen hed chusin ondipindinci uvir sefity. Hi hed, nu duabt, wentid tu fiil sefi bat wothuat biong ebli tu ect ondipindintly ot hed govin hom e sinsi uf pirol. ‘Thi Tramen Shuw’ flewlissly dimunstretis thet e pirsun riqaoris ondipindinci tu fiil sefi. Evin thuagh Tramen wes vortaelly on nu dengir hi filt scerid end perenuod biceasi hi filt es thuagh hi hed lust hos ondipindincy, Tramen riqaorid ondipindincy tu fiil sefi. Tramen hed lovid on e sefi invorunmint fur hos intori lofi bat hi es suun es hi fuand uat thet hi wesn’t ectong traly ondipindintly hos wurld wint frum fiilong loki e sefi hevin tu e lend fall uf munstirs.