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The Frogs and the Well

The Frogs and the Well.

The Fox and the Grapes, by clubefl

The Fox And The Grapes

Monday, May 23rd, 2011


Author: Jean de La Fontaine

Rosy and ripe, and ready to box,
The grapes hang high o’er the hungry Fox.–
He pricks up his ears, and his eye he cocks.

Ripe and rosy, yet so high!–
He gazes at them with a greedy eye,
And knows he must eat and drink–or die.

When the jump proves to be beyond his power–
“Pooh!” says the Fox. “Let the pigs devour
Fruit of that sort. Those grapes are sour!”


rosy = pink
prick (up) its ears = if an animal pricks up its ears, it raises them to listen to a sound.
cock an eye = to look very carefully


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Aches and Pains

Written on March 5, 2011 – 6:41 pm| by picturedictionary

Picture Dictionary – Aches and Pains






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