Ear of Corn
Ears of corn, according to folklore, were once as long as the corn stalks and yielded five thousand kernels each. Legend claims that a careless woman wasted the beautiful corn, and the stalks then stopped producing. Through prayers the corn returned, but in smaller size as a reminder not to take blessings for granted.
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