Category Archives: Fables

A fable is a moral tale that often features animal characters. “The Tortoise and the Hare” is a well-known fable whose moral is “Slow and steady wins the race.”
We often associate fables with the master of them all, Aesop. Among the most famous fables attributed to this storyteller of ancient Greece are “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” and “The Fox and the Grapes.” But like its cousins tale, myth, and legend, the word fable is also used to describe a deliberate fabrication or fiction. In other words, it can be a polite way to describe a lie.

The Japanese traveler

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Minstro mintu was a thinly old man with a shrill voice and crazy looking beard. He had traveled from far south to reach the shrine of Bilael, a demi god of their tribe. During his journey he would stop at any place after 8 at night and begin again the next day before the sunrise.…

Ruby and Aluka

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To begin with, I want to assure you that angels don’t like earth. Infact earth is that darkest planet in the whole universe which fairies, angels, elfs and encantados etc. are all afraid of, because demons live on Earth. But one of the pretiest of their creed somehow stayed on earth. This is the tale…

Melanie

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My summer holidays had begun and I was lazing in bed feeling like a procrastinator. Suddenly Mummy came n with something in her hands. A tiny hummingbird! It was trembling because of a broken leg which was bleeding badly. “Arun Bhaiya found the poor thing lying under the Kadamb tree in the garden,” Mummy said.…