Little Tales #1 The Hare, the Pheasant and the Deer

On a summer day, as I was walking around among fields and woods, I attended to a quite surprising show. By a wood, there were a hare, a pheasant and a deer. They were having quite a lively conversation. Everything started with the hare who was complaining about the humans whose garden he was living in. These humans, it seemed, didn’t grow any green beans for this year, unlike other years. The two long ears looked very displeased with this. The hare loves green beans so much… Next to complain was the pheasant. His problem? He was also complaining about these humans. It turns out that his brother and him also live on the property of these humans. And usually, when visiting his brother, the pheasant would always use the same path. But these silly humans brought back some geese lately and constructed for them a brand new enclosure right on the pheasant’s usual path! How dare they! Now he has to take a shortcut each time. The deer all along listen very carefully and full of curiosity to his friends’ complaints. He finally asked them if these humans were really that way. That seemed so strange to him. The other two replied to him : ” All you have to do is to go into their garden. You’ll see if we overreact.
After such a strange and unusual show, I got back home, thinking on my way that I shouldn’t have eaten so much for lunch…
Suddenly, I woke up on the sofa. Gosh, that was only a dream. What a relief!
However, a few days ago, I felt someone was staring at me. Looking through the window, I saw, back in the garden, staring at me, a deer…


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Until then, take care of yourself ❤

Ady ❤

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