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The farmer and providence. Samaniego's Fables

The farmer and providence. Samaniego's Fables


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With the fables that our Samaniego site you can find stories to educate children in values. In these popular short stories children will find valuable lessons about honesty or solidarity.

Children's stories help develop your children's imagination and creativity. With fables, children will discover morals, very interesting little lessons in the form of funny stories.

A tired labrador,

in the hot summer,

under an oak

he lay peaceful and quiet.

From your sweet stay

I looked grateful

the good with which the earth

rewarded their painful exercises.

Among a thousand productions,

daughters of his cultivation,

I saw pumpkins

melons on the scattered floors.

"Why did Providence

-he said to himself, -

put the mean acorn

in high and preeminent place?

How much better would it be

that, changing destiny,

hung from the branches

pumpkins, melons and cucumbers? ".

Well opportunely,

at the time this said,

falling an acorn,

He hit him on the nose unexpectedly.

"Pardiez!" He burst out then

the simple farmer-

If what was acorn

some fat melon would have been,

I certainly could

take a good part,

in similar case,

to be desnarigado, but alive! ".

Here Providence

manifest wanted

that knew each thing

wisely point out your destination.

Moral: For the greater good, everything is distributed: the fish imprisoned in its shell and the bird free through the air.

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