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The Great Lord Pabori
By Anonymous
One day a jackal in search of food entered a town. From one direction he heard the cluck-cluck of chicken. He headed toward the sound under the cover of night, taking care not to attract the notice of…
Translated from Sindhi by Musharraf Ali Farooqi
The Stork and the She-Stork
By Anonymous
In a tamarisk tree beside a lake a stork and a she-stork made a nest and had babies. Early every morning both of them flew out in search of food to feed their chicks.One day, while flying, they sighted…
Translated from Sindhi by Musharraf Ali Farooqi
The Two Sparrows
By Anonymous
There was a sparrow. And there was a male sparrow. The sparrow brought home a grain of rice.The male sparrow brought one of mung. Together the two of them made khichri.Then the sparrow went outdoors to…
Translated from Sindhi by Musharraf Ali Farooqi
I Found a White Bean
By Anonymous
I found a white bean: where did I plant it? In the middle of a garden on a white sandy hill. Strong and tall, the beanstalk grew all the way to the sky; up the stalk, branch by branch, I climbed until…
Translated from Latvian by Bitite Vinklers
I Had a Brindled Cow
By Anonymous
I had a brindled cow, sheltered in the byre. What became of the brindled cow? I traded her for money. What became of the money? The river swept it away. What became of the river? Black bulls lapped it…
Translated from Latvian by Bitite Vinklers
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