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C’est alors que, l’année du Dragon-d’eau, au début de l’au­ tom ne, le vingt-cinquième jour de la lune (’), sous une bonne étoile, ma mère m ’enfanta. Elle envoya un mes­ sager à m on père. La lettre disait : « Voici qu'au mo­ m ent des travaux de l’autom ne j’ai donné le jour à un fils. Viens vite pour lui donner un nom et pour célébrer la fête du nom . » Et en même tem ps qu'il donnait la lettre, le m essager racontait encore tous ces événe­ m ents. Mon père fut rempli de joie. Il s’écria : « A merveille !

Je regardais sans cesse en arrière et versais beaucoup de larmes. Et ma mère qui me ché­ rissait, tant qu’elle put nous voir, restait à me regarder en pleurant. Dans l’ardeur de ma tendresse, je me demandai si je retournerais un m om ent auprès de ma mère. Je pressentis que je ne la reverrais plus. Enfin quand elle ne me vit plus, ma mère retourna en pleurant au pays. Quelques jours après, la rum eur disait que le fils de Parure-Blanche était parti pour apprendre la magie. Nous prîm es la route du Tsang et de la Province Cen­ trale et nous arrivâmes à Yadé dans la vallée du Tsangrong.

Celui-ci eut un fils appelé Mila-Lion-deDiamant. A partir de ce m om ent les descendants n’eu­ rent chacun qu'un seul fils. Mila-Lion-de-Diamant était fort habile à jouer aux dés et il pouvait gagner beaucoup. Or dans ce pays il y avait un homm e de famille puissante, trom peur et habile aux dés. Un jour, pour éprouver la force de Lion-de-Diam ant, il joua d’abord petit jeu et il m esura son adver­ saire. Ce jour-là il fit en sorte de gagner. Lion-de-Diamant, m écontent, lui dit : « Demain, il sera juste que je prenne ma revanche.

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