The Tailor’s Sons

The most unfortunate of things always happens when a plan hasn’t been paved like an honest brick road, and the tailor’s sons are more alike in the way they behave than what they look like or what they do. The decisions they make become who they are, but with age and time comes wisdom and warning that’s born of a different kind of love; the love that goes beyond what a child can offer, the kind of love that plans.

There’s a goat that loves to make a goat out of the tailor’s sons, and an innkeeper who only thinks of himself, and unlike the rest of the world, they all get what they deserve in the end.

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2 thoughts on “The Tailor’s Sons

    1. Yup. Although the version I read is called “Table-Be-Set, Gold-Donkey, and Cudgel-out-of-the-Sack”, which is a much longer title, but I’m pretty sure it’s the same story.

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