THE EAGLE WITH HIS FULFILLED DESIRES
The eagle flew high up in the sky,
On a pleasant morning having a sigh.
On his journey he met with a stranger,
Later he knew that it was an angel!
He begged the angel to grant a wish-
So the angel gave him a fatty fish.
The eagle was sad, but he accepted it from all his heart.
The pleased angel took the eagle near to him,
Then the eagle was gifted with a house-
Which was full of his favourites-rats and mouse.
The eagle's hapiness! knew no bounds,
He flew around and around the angel,
And one step of the eagle on the ground,
The eagle disappeared from surround! ! !
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