Lust A Tail of the Sea
It was said that once upon a time, there lived a king of the Bushy Valley who had a daughter that never smiled. The afflicted father, having no other child, tried everything he could to lighten her melancholy. He summoned jugglers, magicians, and even a dancing dog. But 'twas all for naught.
The unfortunate father, not knowing what else to do, ordered a great fountain of oil to be constructed in front of the palace gate. The fountain was situated so that his subjects, all of whom passed by the palace each day, were forced to crowd like ants to avoid getting splashed by the oil. This caused some to scurry like hares, and yet others to push and knock