Kuto’s life no. 53

Kuto's life was filled with grief. Kuto had lost his father at a young age, and his mother had died shortly thereafter. Kuto was left alone in the world, and he struggled to make ends meet. He eventually made his way to New Zealand, where he found work as a fisherman.

Kuto worked hard, but he could never seem to catch enough fish to support himself. He often went hungry, and his clothes were always ragged and dirty. One day, while out fishing, Kuto met a man named Balbo who promised to help him if he ever needed it.

A few months later, Kuto's luck changed when he finally managed to catch a large haul of fish. He sold them for a good price and was able to buy himself some new clothes and food. Things seemed to be looking up for Kuto until one fateful day when everything came crashing down around him again.

While out fishing, Kuto's boat capsized in a storm and he drowned alongside all of his fish. His body washed ashore on the beach where Balbo found it the next morning.Balbo mourned the loss of his friend, but knew that there was nothing more he could do for him now except give him a proper burial at sea..
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