The fox and the raven

The fox felt terrible. The guilt ate at him, and he swore to never again deceive the raven.

“Hello Fox! How are you?” Then with one word he threw his promise away.

“Good.”

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This post was written as part of the Trifextra weekend writing challenge. Tell an original fable in exactly 33 words. 

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10 thoughts on “The fox and the raven

    • When I wrote it I was thinking he really did feel bad and deceived the raven by saying he was good. Something we often do. But it could easily be taken a number of ways. Thanks for stopping by!

  1. Well I voted for you, but I didn’t read any of the others. So I’m just going to assume based on past knowledge that I would like yours best anyway.

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