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My Clouds of Fables

Clouds are endlessly fascinating. They are ever-changing, taking on new shapes and forms as they drift across the sky. Some clouds look like animals, others look like objects, and still others look like abstract works of art.

I love to lie on my back and gaze up at the clouds, letting my imagination run wild. I see dragons, castles, and fantastical creatures. I see stories unfolding before my eyes.

Here are a few of my favorite cloud fables:

The Dragon and the Turtle

Once upon a time, there was a dragon who lived in the clouds. He was a proud and powerful dragon, and he loved to fly around the sky, showing off his strength and agility.

One day, the dragon was flying over a forest when he saw a turtle sunning himself on a rock. The dragon landed next to the turtle and laughed.

“What a slow and boring creature you are,” the dragon said. “Why don’t you come and fly with me? You can see the whole world from up here.”

The turtle looked up at the dragon and smiled. “I’m happy here on the ground,” he said. “I don’t need to fly to see the world. I can see everything I need to see right here.”

The dragon scoffed. “Suit yourself,” he said. “But you’re missing out on a lot of fun.”

The dragon took off into the sky, leaving the turtle behind. But the turtle didn’t mind. He was happy just to be alive and to enjoy the beauty of the world around him.

Moral of the story: There is no one right way to live life. Everyone should find their own path to happiness.

Dragon and Turtle in clouds

The Hare and the Tortoise

Once upon a time, there was a hare who was very proud of his speed. He bragged to all the other animals that he was the fastest creature in the forest.

One day, the hare challenged the tortoise to a race. The tortoise was slow and steady, but he was determined to win the race.

The hare started off quickly and soon left the tortoise far behind. He took a nap under a tree, confident that he would still win the race.

But the tortoise kept on walking, slowly but surely. He didn’t give up, even when he was tired.

When the hare woke up, he was shocked to see the tortoise nearing the finish line. The hare ran as fast as he could, but it was too late. The tortoise crossed the finish line first.

Moral of the story: Slow and steady wins the race. It’s important to be persistent and never give up on your goals.

Hare and Tortoise in clouds

The Fox and the Crow

Once upon a time, there was a crow who found a piece of cheese. He flew to a branch in a tree and prepared to enjoy his meal.

A fox was passing by and saw the crow with the cheese. He wanted the cheese for himself, so he came up with a plan.

“What a beautiful bird you are!” the fox said to the crow. “Your feathers are so black and shiny, and your beak is so golden. I bet you have a beautiful voice too.”

The crow was flattered. He wanted to show off his beautiful voice, so he opened his beak to sing.

As soon as the crow opened his beak, the cheese fell out. The fox quickly grabbed the cheese and ran off.

Moral of the story: Be careful who you trust. Not everyone is who they seem.

Fox and Crow in clouds

These are just a few of the many cloud fables that I have collected over the years. I love these fables because they teach us important lessons about life, such as the importance of hard work, perseverance, and kindness.

Next time you look up at the clouds, take a moment to let your imagination run wild. What stories do you see in the clouds?

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