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ETERNAL FREEDOM The time to escape did come He had been waiting for it for several months Taking advantage of the careless of the guards he dipped himself in water while the prisoners were passing across the stream to go back to the camp after an exhausting working day in the field The first part of his plan went exactly as desired Being sure they went far enough he quickly jumped out of the stream and headed for the woods He knew there was a highway nearby so that he could hitchhike to go to the coast where he could easily find a boat and escape farther It was almost midnight He had been going about five miles but found nothing The cold night wind touched him increasing his nervousness He looked back again to make sure that nobody followed him In a nearby small village flickered some candlelight Cautiously he went around the village trying not to make any noises Suddenly a farmers dog sensed him from a distance and began to bark then followed the other dogs in the village He was very upset but could do nothing Some farmers came out of their houses to see what happened Seeing nothing they spoke harshly to their dogs and then returned to their houses He signed a deep sign of relief and carefully went away By dawn he still did not see the highway He felt a little pan iced However as inhaling the fresh air listening to the birds looking up the broad blue sky he felt more comfortable Freedom was really precious There was a stream nearby He wanted to take a bath Being a son of a fisherman he had swum very well since he was a kid Fresh water reminded him of the days he had lived with his lovely wife and son in a fishing village on the coast of Yellow Sea Because
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