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THE KEY FLOWER

 

One summer’s day a shepherd was tending his sheep when he discovered an unusual flower. As he picked it for closer examination he noticed a door in the side of the mountain. It was strange that he had never noticed it before, but there it was and it was open. 

Cautiously passing along a corridor, he entered a large room filled with chests of gold and diamonds. Then he saw, seated in a chair, an old dwarf with a long beard. The dwarf greeted him kindly and said, “Take what you want, and don’t forget the best.”

Placing the flower on the table, the shepherd proceeded to fill his pockets and hat with the gold and diamonds. Occasionally the old dwarf would remind him not to forget the best. When the shepherd could carry no more, he turned to leave. On reaching the door, he heard the voice for the last time crying out, “Don’t forget the best.”

The next minute the shepherd was out in the pasture. As he looked around, the door had vanished; his pockets and hat had grown light all at once, and instead of gold and diamonds, he found nothing but dry leaves and pebbles.

The flower which he had left on the table in the dwarf’s room was the Key Flower, and had he kept it, the gold and diamonds would have stayed so, and the door of the treasure room would have been open to him whenever he might wish to enter. He was poor as ever, because he had forgotten the best.

THE MORAL TO THE STORY

In your pursuit of dreams, success and accomplished goals, don’t forget and take for granted the treasures you already possess and have in hand.:

 

 

BY BAYARD TAYLOR (SWINTON’S FOURTH READER)

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