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A thirsty crow

A myth submitted to the site by Duhaa Imran


Once upon a time there was a crow, he was very thirsty. He flew about in search of water, however he could not find it anywhere.

At last he reached a beautiful garden. There he saw a pitcher of water. The water was too low his beak could not reached the pitcher.

He saw the pebbles lying near - by . He hit upon a plan . He brought the pebbles one by one and dropped them into the pitcher. The water rose up. He drank water and flew away. He was very happy.

By Duhaa Imran
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Name: Bond James 23rd May 2014
Once, a crow was very thirsty. The crow searched for water everywhere.

“Kaa, Kaa, Kaa…”

At last he saw a pot with very little water in it. He put his beak inside. But he could not reach down the water. The crow thought of a plan. He picked some pebbles and dropped then into the pot one by one. The water level rose. The crow drank the water and flew away happily.
Name: Siri 10th February 2014
Ik that story. I don't wanna say u copied it tho
Name: Rimsha 8th February 2014
Very nice idea. Well done. :-)
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