Wing-Feather Fables: Simpletons and Fools
In today’s fable, the children are our teachers, showing us how to keep our eyes and hearts open. Won’t you come along?
First we sent our prayers on flags. We used swaths of blue and green, marked carefully with dragons, snowlions, horses, flaming jewels and mantras. We hung them in the proper order, so the wind could read our wishes, deliver our good fortune. But every breeze, capricious, just plucked at hats, ruffled leaves, and tossed the children’s kites.
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