Your chin looks like a thrush beard! From then, he was called King Thrushbeard. The next morning, a traveling musician came to the window. The musician began to sing. The king heard the singing. The musician was led to where the King and the princess were and he began to sing in front of them. The princess was very surprised. The King called the priest and held the wedding for the princess and the musician.
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The King gave her nothing and made her leave the palace. The princess cried and left the palace with her husband. Now, they were passing by a prairie. This hut is so small and dirty!
Whose hut is this? The princess had to bend her waist to get in the house. It was very shabby from inside. There was only a closet, a table, and a few bowls. The princess was surprised to see that there were no servants. The musician told her to do the household work all by herself. You should make baskets! Her soft hands were cut and hurt because of the willow tree branches. So, the princess tried to spin thread but she cut her finger on a strand and bled. The princess was ashamed to do so but she had no other choice.
People bought the bowls because the princess was very beautiful. Everyone paid the full price and some people just gave her money without taking the bowls.
The princess was very happy. Then, one day, the princess brought many bowls to the market.
She put the bowls on the ground and was ready to sell the bowls. Suddenly, a drunken soldier on a horse bumped into the bowls. All of her bowls broke into pieces. There was nothing left. The princess began to cry. The princess came back home and told her husband what had happened. The princess just cried. They are looking for a maid to work at the kitchen in the palace. The princess worked at the kitchen. Then, one day, the king was getting married, so the princess went to the hall to watch the wedding.
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