Wednesday, 4 March 2009

The Farmer and the Stock

by Aesop, retold by Shimagoma

There was once a farmer who saw many cranes eating his corn. He went outside and he threw his big net in his field. When he pulled his net, he found several cranes and a stork in his net. The stork begged the farmer to let him go. The stork said, “Please farmer let me go I did not nibble a single corn so please let me go.” The farmer thought and thought and at last he replied, “Don’t care if you did it or not, but you have to die with the others.”

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