Once upon a time, many-many years ago, Beloved, in a far away land where banquets were given on almost any day and were to be had by all those who wanted to eat, and where desert palaces offered games of chance with odds of winning not altogether unlikely, and where there were bridges with gates - it has been said by old men who saw these marvels with their very own eyes - made of solid gold and the pavements and footpaths, though fouled by dogs, were of reprocessed hydrocarbons, enough, Beloved, to heat an entire city the size of Baghdad for an entire century, a land of braves and sometimes good men, there lived a prince. He loved water, and, my little one, he was bored.
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On the other hand, it might have been a reference to a municipal body to which the purification and distribution of water was entrusted. Hard to say. Can we find another paragraph for the Bored Water Prince?
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