One Big Wolf

Wed, 08/02/2017 - 18:13 -- armuniz

Here's a little story you know

Three pigs run into houses

A big wolf huffs and puffs and blows

The pigs hide like little mouses


Yet here is what you don't quite know

The wolf was a great magician

He wanted to put on a show

Yet was denied by suspicion


As the wolf walked sadly away

Near the house, there sprung a huge fire

The wolf told the pigs, "You can't stay!"

Yet the pigs called him "Big Liar"


With a large puff, he blew it down

Yet there was not a single cheer

One pig told the wolf with a frown,

"Bad Wolf!" You cannot remain here!


Yet the wolf left with a big grin

Because he had lived by his creed:

"It is not who claps when you win;

Sometimes the joy is in the deed."

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