A Thirsty Crow Completing Story for Class 6,7,8,9,10 SSC, HSC: Once upon a time, there was a thirsty crow searching for water. He flew around for hours, but his search was in vain. His throat was parched, and he felt like he would collapse soon. Just as the crow was about to give up, he saw a pot of water near a house. He flew over to it, but the water level was too low for him to reach it with his beak.
The crow thought for a while and then had an idea. He picked up small stones one by one and dropped them into the pot until the water level rose high enough for him to drink it. The crow was very happy and satisfied with himself as he quenched his thirst. From then on, he always remembered that even the smallest effort could have significant results.
The next day, the crow found himself flying over a vast desert. The sun was beating down on him relentlessly, and he was struggling to keep his wings aloft. As he looked down, he saw what appeared to be a mirage in the distance – a shimmering body of water.
The crow flew towards the water with renewed energy, but as he got closer, he realized that it was just a reflection of the clouds in a puddle of water. Disappointed and exhausted, the crow passed out beside the puddle.
When he woke up, it was already dusk, and the crow realized he had lost all sense of direction. He didn’t know which way to fly to find water. Just then, he heard some soft rustling sounds nearby. He hopped over to investigate and saw a group of animals gathered around a large tree. As he approached, he saw that there were many fruits hanging from the branches, including some juicy-looking grapes. The crow’s mouth watered at the sight of them, and he decided to try and get some for himself.
He tried jumping up to pick the grapes, but they were too high for him to reach. Next, he tried to flap his wings and knock them down, but that didn’t work either.
The crow was about to give up when he remembered the lesson he learned the day before. He saw some pebbles nearby and picked them up one by one, dropping them on the ground near the animals.
The animals were curious and went over to investigate the sound. While they were distracted, the crow flew up to the tree and picked the grapes with ease. He flew away, feeling very proud of himself.
The next day, the crow continued his journey in search of water. He flew over mountains and valleys, forests and rivers, but still, he couldn’t find any source of water. His throat was parched, and he was feeling weaker by the minute. Just as he was about to give up hope, he saw a group of people walking towards him. They had many pots of water with them, and the crow felt like he had never been happier to see anyone before.
The people saw the thirsty crow and took pity on him. They gave him a pot of water, and the crow drank until he was satisfied. As he flew away, he felt grateful for their kindness.
From that day on, the crow always remembered the lessons he learned during his journey. He realized that even the smallest effort could have a significant result and that sometimes help came from unexpected sources.