The Wolf and the Lamb (300 Words)

Story 1

Once upon a time, a wolf was drinking water at a spring on a hillside. He saw a little lamb just beginning to drink water a little lower down. He thought the lamb a possible lunch and plan to seize it. Then he called out to the lamb; “How dare you muddle the water from which I am drinking?” The little creature replied, “Nay, master, nay if the water is muddy up there, I cannot be the cause of it, for it runs down from you to me.” “Well, then,” said the wolf, “why did you call me bad names this time last year?” The lamb replied, “That cannot be as I am only six months old.” “I don’t care,” The wolf snarled and said, “I don’t care, if it was your father,” and with that, he rushed upon the poor little lamb and ate her all up. The little creature was just crying.

Story 2

Once upon a time, there was a bad wolf that lived in a forest. One day, he was drinking water from the upper side of the stream. He was very thirsty and hungry. He drank the water and looked here and there. He saw a little lamb drinking water from down the stream. He wanted to eat it up because he was hungry. So, he made a cunning plan to attack the lamb. He came near the little lamb and said very angrily, “Why are you making the water muddy? Do not you see that I am drinking the water of the same stream?” the poor lamb replied respectfully that he was not doing so. The lamb told the wolf that the water of the stream was flowing from the wolf to the lamb. On hearing this, the wolf roared. After that, the wolf again said to the lamb, “But why did you abuse me last year?” The little lamb started to tremble with fear and said, “Sir, I was not even born last year, as I am only six months old now.” Hearing this, the wolf said angrily, “Then it must have been your mother.” Saying this the wolf jumped at the unfortunate little lamb and killed him

Moral:

  • Might Is Right

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