The Wolf and the LambRetold by Marek Vit
Read by Matt Ford
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"Really?" said the Lamb. "I was not even born then."
Then the Wolf said, "You eat the grass from my pasture!"
"No, good sir," the Lamb replied. "I have never tasted grass in my life."
Again, the Wolf said: "You drink the water from my well!"
"No," the Lamb cried. "I have never drunk water. My mother's milk is both food and drink to me."
Then the Wolf took him and ate him. "Well, I will not stay without supper," he said, "even though you could see through all my lies."
Moral: A cruel person will always find an excuse for cruelty.
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