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A thirsty crow

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.

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not very good
11th June 2018
Very nice
7th May 2018
Hey bruh, your idea of sharing such fables with us is noble, but please have close loot at the text before you publish it. Please ratify "couldn't reached!" It should be "couldn't reach" instead.This is intolerable violation of grammar rules. 1st March 2018
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