The Bird and His New Homes

9 08 2012

Once upon a time, there was a pink and blue bird named Branon. Branon lived on a beautiful, medium sized apple tree by a stream.

Branon is sitting in his nest on the beautiful apple tree by a stream.

One day, Branon made a decision to move to another tree because he felt that the apple tree was not a good home anymore. So the next day, he woke up at 7 o’clock and pack up all his things.

Branon then moved to a small orange tree. He was very excited about his new home. But after a week, Branon didn’t like the orange tree anymore because he felt that it was too small.

Branon is moving to a new home on a small orange tree.

So he moved to another tree, this time a huge peach tree. But it was too big for him so he decided to look for a better home. Branon thought about it all night and at last he decided to move back to his apple tree.

Branon’s third home is on a huge peach tree.

At last Branon lived happily on his beautiful apple tree and realised that it was the best home for him.

The End.

The moral of the story is, we have to be thankful and appreciate what we have and do not trade it with another that seems better unless if we really know that the new thing is really better for us. 

Please remember that, ‘all that glitters is not gold’.


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5 responses

14 08 2012
Ciloe

I think it is a very good story. I even like the pictures of Branon and his trees… 🙂

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14 08 2012
ahmadalikarim

Dear Ciloe,
Thank you very much. My mother says that it will be nice if I could write stories with good values and I am very happy that you like it too 🙂

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10 08 2012
Drond's Blog

Reblogged this on NANSLO.

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10 08 2012
richard123456columbia

Very good story, home sweet home.

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10 08 2012
ahmadalikarim

Dear richard123456columbia,
Thank you. My mother told me that it would be very nice if I could try to write stories that promotes good value. And I am very happy that you like my story. Please visit my blog again 🙂

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