Aesop’s Fables: The Lamb And The Wolf

A lamb pursued by a wolf

Found refuge in a temple

She thought she’d stay there

For there was cover ample

The wolf called out to her

“You will be cut and sliced

If the priest finds you there

You will soon be sacrificed.”

The lamb replied to him

“‘Tis best for me this way

Than to die between your teeth

And serve as your buffet.”

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