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Abdullah Zia
Abdullah Zia
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The Ant And The Grasshopper
Published On Sep 11th 2013
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Once upon a time there lived a grasshopper and an ant. They both were superior friends. The ant lived underground but the grasshopper spent his night on the flowers and leaves. One summer it was scorching and then the cool winters were waiting to come. The ant knew that if I will store food it will be useful for the chilling winters. She started work early every day but the grasshopper had a little sense so he didn’t thought about doing hard work. The ant again and again said the grasshopper to store food but he did not listened and ignored the ant. He enjoyed the summer season by hopping here and there. When the breezy winters started he hid in the bushes to get warmth and when he was hungry he recalled the sentences spoke by the ant. In the cold winter the grasshopper died and the ant lived her life with joy but she was sorrow on the death of grasshopper.
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Comments 10
Ahmad Cool! Ahmad
Dec 1st 2013
 
 
Anam Copied!!! though good Anam
Sep 26th 2013
 
 
Iraj Awosome Iraj
Sep 20th 2013
 
 
Fatima What an interesting story! thnx to share. Fatima
Sep 20th 2013
 
 
Fatima Very nice story & it also gives us a lesson . Thnx to share! Fatima
Sep 19th 2013
 
 
Fatima Very nice story & it also gives us a lesson . Thnx to share! Fatima
Sep 19th 2013
 
 
Ibrahim Nice Ibrahim
Sep 19th 2013
 
 
Ajwa Its copied....shared.... Ajwa
Sep 16th 2013
 
 
Irum Awesome! Irum
Sep 14th 2013
 
 
Rafia Oo0000!!!!! thnx alot for sharing ..... this was one of my favourite stories when i was in prep I .......... again thnx :)) Rafia
Sep 12th 2013
 
 

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