David Aoloch Bion

(1976 / Republic of South Sudan)

....shows it mouth like Nile Perch


Crocodile attacked all fishes in river
And ate them
But feared and ran away from Nile perch
One day Nile Perch asked crocodile
‘’ why do always run away when you see me? ’’
‘’I fear you, you may bite and eat me’’
The crocodile replied
‘’how can I eat you when I don’t teeth’’
Nile Perch said
‘’don’t you have teeth? ’’
‘’yes’’
‘’let me see’’
Nile Perch opened it mouth
To crocodile, crocodile saw no teeth
Crocodile and Nile Perch greeted each other
By their tails and departed
In following day, crocodile attacks
Nile Perch and eats Nile Perch

Submitted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011

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