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    The Ant and the Grasshopper


    A fable is a form of literature that is written as a story or in poetry form. The fable can include animals, non-real creatures, plants or inanimate objects that are given human traits. The fable also results in a lesson (moral) for the reader to infer or it can be stated explicitly.

    The Ant and the Grasshopper

    On a bright and sunny day, a Grasshopper was chirping, singing and enjoying the day without a care in the world. Suddenly, he saw an Ant carrying a heavy load of an ear of corn. The Ant was having a hard time and tiring out. The Grasshopper told the Ant, "Why don't you quit doing that on such a pretty day and come play with me?" The Ant replied, "I must help to gather food for the winter. You need to do the same."

    "Winter, why bother about winter?" replied the Grasshopper. "I have plenty of food now. Winter is a long way off."

    The Ant ignored the Grasshopper and continued to store up his food in his ant hill.

    When winter arrived, the Grasshopper was starving for food. Meanwhile he spotted the Ant and his fellow ants, busily eating away and quite full.

    Moral of the Fable: It is best to be prepared for things to come.

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