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We all know the story about the boy names Aladdin. He is a little boy who lives with his mother in a Chinese town. They are very poor, but nice people. One day an African magician, who claims to be his uncle, comes and calls Aladdin to help him. In return, he promises that he will make his a wealthy merchant. And so, Aladdin follows the magician and they come to a booby-trapped cave. There, the magician tells Aladdin to find and take an oil lamp and give it to him. Aladdin finds the lamp, but he doesn’t want to give it to the magician until he takes him out of the cave. Angry, the magician traps Aladdin inside the cave. After a few days, while sitting at their home, the mother of Aladdin cleans the lamp in order to sell it, and as she rubs it a jinn appears from the lamp. As he goes out of the lamp, he asks them what they want, and they learn that they can have everything they want.
Well, this is a long story, that probably most of us, if not all, know it.
This long poem is based on the story of Aladdin and his magical lamp, but it represents its stereotypical version. Why, how and what is told in this poem, it is up to you to find out.