the raven and the fox

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kharmazero
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the Raven and the Fox is a poem from french poet Jean de la Fontaine here's a translation

Perch'd on a lofty oak, Sir Raven held a lunch of cheese; Sir Fox, who smelt it in the breeze,

Thus to the holder spoke:-- 'Ha! how do you do, Sir Raven? Well, your coat, sir, is a brave one!

So black and glossy, on my word, sir, With voice to match, you were a bird, sir, Well fit to be the Phoenix of these days.'

Sir Raven, overset with praise, Must show how musical his croak. Down fell the luncheon from the oak; Which snatching up, Sir Fox thus spoke:--

'The flatterer, my good sir, Aye liveth on his listener; Which lesson, if you please, Is doubtless worth the cheese.'

A bit too late, Sir Raven swore The rogue should never cheat him more.

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Beautiful! $5

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high$5! :)

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cool design

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