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Each home where his vases stood seemed a little brighter, a little warmer, touched with the scent of the flowers that always filled the vases. But there was one home in the village that had no vase. This was the home of the potter's neighbor, the schoolmaster. Never were two men more unalike. The potter, in all his years, had never traveled beyond the surrounding villages. The schoolmaster, had traveled through many lands in his youth. The schoolmaster spoke and wrote in many foreign tongues; the potter could not even read in his own tongue.
He longed to be home. Again he walked past the place where the girl had made her sandcastle. She had put the pails and shovels to good use. The walls were tall and shapely, the structure firm and graceful. The pails and shovels lay at one side of the castle. He left them there, for he had no desire to return them to the attic chest. That night, he slept the whole night through. In the morning, he found he was hungry for the first time in many, many days. Although the day was gray and overcast, he decided to walk down the shore and see if the girl would be out building her castle.
The child never woke but smiled in his sleep at the warmth and comfort of the bed. "You must be hungry after your journey. " The innkeeper bustled from the room. "Surely all your staff are asleep," the traveler said. "I do not want to trouble you any further. " "No trouble at all. " The innkeeper pulled his guest into the kitchen. The traveler was glad to have a place to sit. The kitchen was still warm from the supper fire. It was filled with the welcoming aroma of spices and fresh bread. The innkeeper bustled about.