One day a wolf had a bone stuck in his throat. It gave him much pain. He requested everyone to take out the bone. But nobody helped him. At last, he saw a crane walking in front of him. He’ requested the crane, again and again, to take out the bone from his throat but no pay head. At last the wolf told the crane that if he could take out the bone from his throat, he would give him a lot of fishes to eat. The crane agreed to this proposal and went to the wolf and requested the wolf to open his mouth. The crane took out the bone easily with the help of his long beak. Then the crane asked the wolf to give. the fishes as promised. At this, the wolf became angry and told the crane that he was lucky enough that he would not eat him. It was his great reward, wasn’t it? Hearing this the crane went way with a heavy heart.
The Wolf and The Crane
One day a wolf had a bone stuck in his throat. He felt much pain. The wolf requested everyone he met to take out the bone. But no one helped him. They were afraid of the wolf. At last, he saw a crane. He ran to him and told everything. The crane demanded prize. The wolf agreed. The crane put his long beak into the wolfs mouth. Then he pulled the bone out of his throat. The wolf felt relief and was about to go. May I have my prize sir?” asked the crane. “Prize! Ha! Ha! “growled the wolf. ” Thank yourself that you have got your neck out safe from my throat,” said the wolf and went away.
- Story on A Liar Cowboy
- Story on Cunning Fox and A Foolish Crow
- Story on A Foolish Crow and a Cunning Fox
- Story on A Liar Shepherd
- Story on A Thirsty Crow
- Story on Unity Is Strength
- Dialogue Between Two Friends on The Nobel Prize
- Essay on Some Country Characters I Had Met
- Paragraph on My Visit to See A Doctor
- Essay on An Encounter with A Snake