Storry of the lion king
By daddy2_0, Updated
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Oh, who can recognize in the little child the great king to come?
Whenever his mother went out he would crawl on all fours to rummage about in the calabashes in search of food, for he was very greedy.
Each is the child of his mother; the child is worth no more than the mother is worth.
He already had the authoritative way of speaking which belongs to those who are destined to command.
His body became sturdy and his misfortune made his mind wise.
Oh son of Solon, I am the word and you are the deed, now your destiny begins.
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