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Aesops Fables

Aesops Fables

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Published by nwcute
The famous Aesop fables. Stories that touch our hearts.
The famous Aesop fables. Stories that touch our hearts.

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Published by: nwcute on Jul 20, 2008
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The Cock and the Pearl
A cock was once strutting up and down the farmyardamong the hens when suddenly he espied somethingshinning amid the straw. ‘Ho! ho!’ quoth he, ‘that’s for me,’ and soon rooted it out from beneath the straw. Whatdid it turn out to be but a Pearl that by some chance hadbeen lost in the yard? ‘You may be a treasure,’ quothMaster Cock, ‘to men that prize you, but for me I wouldrather have a single barley-corn than a peck of pearls.’Precious things are for those that can prize them.
 
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The Wolf and the Lamb
Once upon a time a Wolf was lapping at a spring on ahillside, when, looking up, what should he see but a Lamb just beginning to drink a little lower down. ‘There’s mysupper,’ thought he, ‘if only I can find some excuse toseize it.’ Then he called out to the Lamb, ‘How dare youmuddle the water from which I am drinking?’‘Nay, master, nay,’ said Lambikin; ‘if the water bemuddy up there, I cannot be the cause of it, for it runsdown from you to me.’‘Well, then,’ said the Wolf, ‘why did you call me badnames this time last year?’‘That cannot be,’ said the Lamb; ‘I am only six monthsold.’‘I don’t care,’ snarled the Wolf; ‘if it was not you it was your father;’ and with that he rushed upon the poor littleLamb and .WARRA WARRA WARRA WARRAWARRA .ate her all up. But before she died she gaspedout .’Any excuse will serve a tyrant.’
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