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A thirsty fox- hungry too- enters vine-yard- grapes hanging high- jumped again and again to eat the grapes- failed- grapes are sour.

The Fox and the Grapes

Once in a hot summer day a fox became very thirsty. He was hungry too. He was looking for water to quench his thirst. But he did not get water anywhere.  Finally he entered a vineyard. He noticed  some  bunches of ripe grapes hanging from a high wall. He thought of eating them but the bunches of grapes were beyond his reach. He tried his best to reach them jumping again and again but all his attempts failed. He left the place in disappointment and said,” Grapes are sour.”

Moral- Grapes are sour.

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