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Willow set off on his journey to the city. After his long flight, exhausted and weary, he rested on the river bank before hunting for his supper. Fish were plentiful, and after a hearty meal he slept until dawn, feeling refreshed when he awoke.
The heron took off and cruised over a dormant city, dazzled by street lights that formed intricate patterns below.
He swooped across a flock of dozing pigeons on top of a building, sending a flurry of feathers into the street below. Willow's arrival alarmed the birds, but he assured them he meant no harm. An elderly pigeon, fluffed up against a chimney eyed him and asked: 'What brings you to our city, young man?'

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