The Proud Black and White Speckled Hen
By Colin Reed
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Published: Feb. 21, 2013
Words: 2,207 (approximate)
A short, children's, precautionary tale, which suggests the dangers of exercising too much pride.
The proud black and white speckled hen was different to all the other hens in the farmyard. She had black and white feathers,and all the others hens had brown ones. She considered that being different meant being better and, when an opportunity arose where she thought she could demonstrate that fact,she took it without pausing for a second thought. The error of her decision however,is obvious to all the other occupants of the farmyard except herself,and the consequences are very final.
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