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FABLE: THE LOST DONKEY

ONE TIME, TWO TRUE FRIENDS WERE WALKING ON THE SAME ROAD. WHILE
WALKING LIKE THIS, THEY SAW A LOST DONKEY. WITH JOY THEY BOTH
RAN TO HIM AND STARTED ARGUING. ONE SAYS:
"I SAW HIM FIRST! HE SHOULD BELONG TO ME!" BUT THE SECOND ONE
SAID THE SAME THING. AS THEY ARGUED MORE, THEY BEGAN TO FIGHT.
BUT THE DONKEY WASN'T DUMB; WHILE THE TWO WERE FIGHTING, HE HID
IN THE BUSHES.
MORAL: WHERE TWO ARE FIGHTING, OFTEN THE THIRD ONE WINS.

Submitter comment: THIS WAS TRANSLATED BY RAMUNE STONYS.

Where learned: NOT GIVEN

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Tale

Date learned: NOT GIVEN

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