The Geese and the Cranes

137. THE GEESE AND THE CRANES. A flock of geese, and a parcel of cranes, used often to feed together in a corn-field. At last, the owner of the corn, with his servants, coming upon them of a sudden, surprised them in the very fact; and the geese, being heavy, fat, full-bodied creatures, were most of them sufferers; but the cranes, being thin and light, easily flew away. [more info]

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