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Crow and the Pitcher

A myth submitted to the site by The Crow And The Pitcher

Pembia Canian, U.S.A

Dear reader I am going to tell you about a story that represents determination and hope. Once upon a time their was a little crow that ached for water he had been flying all day and his wings shot with pain.

Their had been no water for 3 days and he had longed for a quench of water, then I tell you reader he stumbled upon something unordinary a pitcher of water but as he soon found out he could not reach the bottom were all the water was . He lost all hope and lay down ready to die; but then his head hit something and that something was a pebble a that very moment I tell you he had a spontaneous idea.

He pick up a large pebble and put it into the pitcher and another and another until the water almost fell out. And till this very day that crows ancestors still pass on his story of hope and finding your pebble. So I tell you reader find your pebble and don't lose hope.

By The Crow And The Pitcher
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