Once upon a time, there lived a small nine-year-old boy called Ashaad. Ashaad was a curious and adventurous young boy, who was always ready for new adventures.

One day, Ashaad decided to explore the forest near his village. He loved exploring the outdoors, and he figured that the forest would be a great place to explore. Ashaad had heard stories about a huge creature called Polytitanic from the elders in his village.

The stories said that Polytitanic was the biggest and strongest creature in the forest. He was so big and powerful that not even the strongest of warriors could defeat him. Ashaad wanted to see this creature for himself, so he decided to venture into the forest.

Ashaad had been walking for a while when he noticed something very strange. He saw an enormous creature covered in fur and scales on the horizon. He was fascinated by the size of the creature, and he couldn’t believe his eyes. Ashaad was convinced that this must be Polytitanic and he decided to try and get closer to the creature.

Ashaad slowly crept closer and closer to the massive creature. He was scared and excited at the same time. When he finally got close enough to touch it, he noticed something else. There was a small child with the creature.

Ashaad immediately knew that this must be Polytitanic’s child. He felt a sudden surge of sympathy for the creature and its child, as he realized that it was trying to protect its young. Ashaad decided to abandon his mission and he slowly backed away from the creature.

As he made his way back to his village, he felt a huge sense of relief that he hadn’t been hurt by the creature and he was deeply appreciative of its protection of its young. He realized that Polytitanic was just another creature trying to protect its family, just like everyone else. He made a promise to himself to never harm Polytitanic or any other creature and to always show them the respect they deserved.

The moral of the story is that all creatures, big or small, deserve to be treated with respect and kindness. In a diverse and ever-changing world, we should all strive to protect and care for each other, no matter what size or shape that may come in.

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