The Lark and Its Young Ones (A Hindu Fable)

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“Tiny Bill will be so sorry to leave our nest,” answered Bright Eyes, “and he will not go away from our mother.”

Then the child ran away to her mother, saying: “Ah, every one is fond of home!”

 

(Adapted from: P. V. Ramaswami Raju, Good Stories from Good Holidays)