"To A Mouse" summary
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The mouse is homeless.
I'm hungry and cold
I'm done ploughing
The farmer and the mouse meet.
Don't worry little mouse I won't hurt you. You can take some of my crops, I don't mind
Oh, please don't kill me farmer
The farmer comforts the little mouse.
You are not alone, you're blessed compared to me
The farmer didn't know a mouse lived underground so he destroyed the mouse's home. The mouse now has no home or food and winter is coming fast.
The farmer is generous toward the mouse, he feels sorry for the mouse that it had no choice but to steal.
The mouse is not the only one suffering, the farmer has it much worse than the mouse. But still the farmer is caring towards the mouse.
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