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Loin And The Other Three

Once upon a time in a dry summer
There were three animals wandered hither n thither
Their throats were dried because of hunger
They were Jackal, Hyena and the Bear

They planned to seek a help from Lion the king
The Lion accepted to help them by all means
The four carried themselves far away across the seas
And saw Buffalo that was standing beside the trees

The Jackal and the Hyena followed the Buffalo
The Bear ran noiselessly as quick as he could go
They surrounded their prey as the Lion roared
And the helpless Buffalo was caught infront of his foe

Buffalo died as the lion grabbed his neck tightly
The other three rejoiced their success gaily
For they will get a share and fill their dehydrated tummy
But the Lion growled, grasped the dead Buffalo and said wildly

'I'll have the first share for I had lead,
I'll have the second share as well for my cubs they're hungry,
I'll have the third share too for I've killed,
And if anyone needs the fourth share then you all have to go through me'
Without a single word the three went away weepingly
So what do you think should be the moral of this story?
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Imran khan 15 March 2021
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