What are good morals for a fable?

What are good morals for a fable?

The Dog and the Wolf .Better starve free than be a fat slave
The Dove and the Ant .Little friends may prove great friends
The Eagle and the Arrow .We often give our enemies the means for our own destruction
The Eagle and the Fox .Do unto others as you would have them do unto you

What is the moral of the story example?

Remember, morals are rules that govern a person’s behavior. The moral of a story, however, is the overarching teaching the author is trying to present. For example, a character might be fighting to release his wrongly-convicted wife from prison because his morals tell him a man’s job is to defend his wife.

What food did the seagull’s mother get for it?

The young seagulls were afraid of flying over sea, the young seagull’s mother tore a fish piece at her feet and compelled to fly over the sea to get the food.

Why did his mother stop midway?

Answer. Answer: The mother stopped midway while giving the fish to push the seagull fly out of hunger. The baby seagull was afraid to fly as it was his first fly.

What did his parents threatened him with if he didn’t Fly Away?

Answer. The parents came around calling to him, threatening to let him starve on his ledge ,unless he flew away. The young seagulls parents threatened and cajoled him to fly because they wanted him to become self dependent. They knew that he would never be able to do anything if didn’t learn to fly.

What urged him to take his first?

Answer: The seagull’s mother urged him to make his first flight.

What did the Seagull pretend was happening to him so that he could take his first flight?

Answer: The young seagull came to the brink of the ledge. He stood there on one leg with the other leg hidden under his wing. He closed his one eye, then the other, and pretended to be falling asleep.

What urged him seagull to make his first flight?

Answer: The young seagull in an attempt to take food from his mother, fell from the ledge; this fall compelled him to open his wings. And soon he was flying. Answer: Desperation for food made the young seagull to take his first flight.

Who is the author of his first flight?

Liam O’Flaherty

What is the boy playing with?

Answer: he is playing with the ball.

Why does the poet decide not to condole the boy?

Answer:The poet says “I will not intrude on him” because the boy, for the first time in his life, experiences the grief of losing a much loved possession-his ball. He does not want to disturb the boy as he wants him to feel what it is like to lose something. The poet wants him to be able to cope with his loss.