A Marriage Blessed by the Sun – Page 3

Naturally, the great god knew that a single bird of this species wasn't enough: each creature must have its mate. So he called upon his magic powers: more greyish-white feathers, bones as tiny and a beak as long as those he had used then appeared. He assembled them in the same manner and gave this new little bird the gift of life. Then he told Dzunuume and his new companion to make that day their wedding day and to live happily ever after.
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