Once upon a time, there was a sad princess
who lived in a sad kingdom.
The kingdom was sad
because the princess was sad.
From her sad window
she could see a sad sea
and a sad little village,
the last village in the sad kingdom.
Among its sad little houses
she highlighted one that was exceptionally sad,
with a sad wardrobe, a sad table and a sad bed
in which a child named Vulgarcito slept.
He was neither sad nor bossy, he was bum.
And with or without bread, his name was Juan.
In a rhyming, articulate, rounded, straight and inclined way like a laugh we are presented with the life of a poor boy who lives in a sad kingdom.
It is a very free dramatization, with objects, of the famous tale Epaminondas. On a table, the manipulator creates a world of objects and puppets through which he tells the adventures that Vulgarcito, our protagonist, suffers in the different jobs that he goes through.
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