My name is E. Now 20 years old. It has already been 2 months since the boy, who is called the white-hand man of the city, has come to the countryside, where he has never been before. Little by little, I learned to work, and I began to hear positive words from my relatives. But that’s not the only thing I started listening to. One morning, I got up early and grazed my sheep, and I was lying on the pasture looking up, when I heard my brother’s voice saying, “Come here, my brother, Enkhüshee.” What are you doing here so early?
Actually, I thought that I should be sitting on the saddle tree, but without any suggestion, I jumped up and looked in the direction I was called. I was also surprised and looked behind it, and I could not see anything worthwhile except the blue grass. After rubbing his eyes, thinking that he must be sleepy, he went back and lay down on the edge of his sheep.
Once I knew, I fell asleep. When I looked up, I saw two human figures running past me and into the fire, laughing wildly. He tried to scream and fight, but he couldn’t. I woke up startled when I realized it was a dream. But the strange thing is that the area where the anthropomorphic things were wrapped around the arms and legs in the last dream was very YYP. This time, I really didn’t find the reason. The sun had already passed through the middle of the mountain. I didn’t exchange five meaningful words with anyone that evening. In the evening, when I was going out to take a bath, my brother came out from behind and asked, “Where did you graze your sheep?” I asked – There is a valley with tall grass to the northeast. When I sent him there to eat, my brother went home without saying anything other than “Okay”. Soon, my brother asked me to come out. – Did you feel something strange today? He asked very seriously. Until I told what happened. Ah, it’s like that, my brother, don’t go there again. There’s a place where they make fun of people walking alone. He gave me a small bag. Don’t remove it from your body for two days and then smoke to purify yourself.
In fact, I haven’t been there for quite a few days. It was as if it had stopped spinning. One evening, my brother went out to go to the bathroom, and called Enkhüshee in a loud voice. My brother’s wife and two daughters did not take their eyes off what they were doing as if nothing had happened. When I got out, my brother looked to the north-east, took out some raw meat from the house, and said in a very urgent tone that he needed it urgently. When I came back, my brother seemed to have entered before me, and he was wiping his shoes. Then I realized that something was about to happen, so I went to bed in the evening and looked further and lay down. But could not sleep.
After being chased by the fire all night, he woke up from a dream, dragged by his figures. The next day, my brother went with his brother who was born in Otor. I started preparing clothes, tea, tobacco, and salt. When he left, he told me that he should not put the hem of his coat facing east and patted it on his head like a little child. A few days later, 3 young men, aged between 20 and 25, arrived, claiming to be the bride’s younger brothers. He said he was going to harvest hay, so he came packing. He was not there until he came back after grazing the sheep. As if it didn’t even exist. When I asked my sister, she said that she wanted to stay in the left lap of her husband’s left lap, where he took his mower to mow the grass. I was surprised and asked why I had to go there. My sister-in-law didn’t seem to know about it.
They said something like that it’s a place with tall grass where people don’t graze their sheep. I didn’t want to disturb you by saying anything. One day, my sister-in-law said that Enkyushee, my brother, had gone and brought food for Idere and Hishig. He was surprised by the two of them, but he didn’t bother to ask, and he said that he wanted to ride quickly before noon. After drinking water, the younger brother suddenly started to feel uneasy, and his older brother took him home. As soon as he got home, he felt better and stopped having fever. The sun is down. I said, “OK, I’m back to sleep” and ran to my brother’s house. My brother’s gray horse galloped with the whistling of the wind and suddenly stopped with an angry sound. He did not run away. He will get off and walk with you until he leads you. In fact, there are two hills that belong to my brother.
As I was walking, I heard something like a scream, and a chill ran down my spine. Sensing that the sound was approaching, the horse began to buck. I quickly got on the horse and turned around to see two robed men chasing me. Uncontrollable tears welled up and I whispered to myself, “Umaa hum”. I jumped across the small river called Suijiri River with my horse. The sister immediately went in and told everything that had happened, like the dream she had in the sheep pasture, etc.
“Hey, it’s my country’s national anthem,” he said, and the next day he hurried to bring his brothers. The next day, my brother came with his horses. At the same time as my sister went straight to him and told me everything that happened, my brother Enkhüshee saddled his arrow and saddled and asked me to bring my siblings.