The woodman and the serpent (Aesop fable)(Annikah Tapia)(Per2.)
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One day there was a boy walking through the woods..and as he kept walking he didn't happen to notice a serpent.
But as he kept walking the serpent got closer and closer but the boy still did not notice him until..CRACK!!
The serpent then bit the boy..so, that he died.
The father in rage then got his axe and cut off the serpent's tail.
The serpent then went to seek revenge and bit all the animals that caused the father severe loss.
He then went to the serpent's lair and brought food too..He thought it was best to make up with the serpent.He then said "Let's forgive and forget maybe it was right to punish my son and i was surely right to take revenge now that we are both satisfied." he said "Should we not be friends again?"
Injuries may be forgiven,but not forgotten.
"No No" said the serpent."Take you giftsss..you can never forget the death of you ssson, nor the losses of my tail!"
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