By Jean-Marie Wynants
ATn the heart of a forest, a poor woodcutter and a poor woodcutter work hard, day after day, to ensure their subsistence. The times were dark, food was lacking, violent men prowled around… But the greatest tragedy for poor woodcutters was the absence of children in their lives.
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