Hawk and Foolish Crow

Hawk and Foolish Crow

Hawk and Foolish Crow

Hawk and Foolish Crow

       Once upon a time, there was a hawk lived on the top of a hill. At the foot of the hill there was a banyan tree on which a crow used to perch everyday. The crow was very foolish. He would imitate everyone he saw. (Also read : Rabbit Revenge to Lion)

       The hawk at the top the hill would fly down everyday in search of food. The crow watched the hawk circling in the air for long hours and swooping down when he saw his prey. The hawk gifted with eyes that could see long distances would spot his prey from the hill top and then fly down to pounce upon the prey.

       The crow watched the hawk while he was thinking, “Hunh! If the hawk can do that, I am sure I can too. and one day, I will show him that I can do the same thing as his.”

       A few days later, as the hawk was circling in the air, the crow decided to do the same. Suddenly a baby of rabbit came out of the bushes. The hawk saw it and the crow also saw the rabbit. (Also read other article at : Guru Pengantar Masa Depan) read more

Rabbit Revenge to Lion

Rabbit Revenge to Lion

Rabbit Revenge to Lion

Rabbit Revenge to Lion

       Long time ago a rabbit and lion were neighbors. The lion was very proud, and it was fond of boasting about his strength. And thought they were such close neighbors, the lion looked down upon the rabbit, and used to bully and frightened her. Finally, the rabbit could stand it no longer and wanted to get her own back. (Also read : The Prince and Evil Snake)

       One day she went to the lion and said,” Good day, respected elder brother. Image it, I met an animal over there who looked exactly like you, and he said to me, “Is there anyone in the world who dares stand up to me? If there is, let me come and have a duel with me. If there is no one, all of you have to submit to my rule and be my servants!”

       “Oh, he is an intolerable braggart! He is so puffed up with pride that his eyes can’t even light on anymore!” added the rabbit. (Also read other article at : Second of Spinning Clock)

       “Oho,” the lion said. “Didn’t you mention me to him?” read more