A Fable a Day — Aesop’s “The Boy and the Scorpion”

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“A boy was hunting locusts on a wall and had already caught a great number of them when he spied a scorpion and mistook it for another locust. Just as he was cupping his hand to catch it, the scorpion lifted up its sting and said, ‘Just you try, and you’ll not only lose me but all your locusts in the bargain!’”

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Dani Banani

Dani Banani

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Top Writer in Fiction. I write erotica, fantasy fiction, poetry, and whatever else I feel like. Sex is my favorite subject and love is my greatest passion.