The Scalawag


A FORESTRY Commissioner had just felled a giant tree

when, seeing an honest man approaching, he dropped

his axe and fled.

The next day when he returned to get his axe, he found

the following lines pencilled on the stump:

"What nature reared by centuries of toil, A scalawag in

half a day can spoil; An equal fate for him may

Heaven provide -Damned in the moment of his tallest pride."

Aesops Fables

1 comment:

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    know the truth.

    "JEW" worshippers are scalawags...2 fold children of hell...

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If you sit by a river long enough, you'll see the body of your enemy float by.
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