Aesop’s Fables: The Gnat And The Bull

Upon a horn of a bull

A gnat settled calm and cool

Sitting there he felt fine

He sat there for some time

As he was ’bout to fly

He gave the bull his goodbye

“About I am to fly away

Do you want me to stay?”

The bull replied, “I didn’t know

All along you’re with me so

Even if you bid me adieu

I shall not be missing you.”

3 thoughts on “Aesop’s Fables: The Gnat And The Bull

  1. Self importance put right in its place, for we are all just little gnats who can fly and settle and fly again and settle…, so we must let the big bulls of this world get on with there humdrum existence.

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