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Rafael pigeon He was a Colombian writer, poet and fabulist and one of the main figures of romantic poetry in Spanish. The success of his fables and children's stories have passed through time and today they are still just as fresh and popular.
The Tadpole Walker It is one of the best-known fables of Pombo, it teaches the value of obedience to children towards their parents and the consequences of disobeying.
The son of a frog, Rin Rin Tadpole
He came out this morning very stiff and very nice
With shorts, fashionable tie
Taped hat and wedding suits.
- Boy, don't come out! - Mom yells at him
But he makes a gesture and goes orondo.
He found a neighboring mouse on the way
And he said: - Friend! come with me,
Let's visit Dona Ratona together
And there will be revelry and there will be feast.
Soon they arrived, and Mouse advances,
Stretch your neck, take the knocker,
Give two or three blows, they ask: who is it?
- I doña Ratona, I kiss your feet
Are you in home? - Yes sir yes I am,
and I am very happy to see you today;
I was in my trade, spinning cotton,
But that does not matter; welcome they are.
They bowed, shook hands,
And says Ratico, who is more veteran:
My friend the one in green rage of heat,
Give me beer, do me a favor.
And while the rogue consumes the jug
The lady sent for the guitar
And he asks tadpole to sing
Happy verses, elegant tune.
- Oh! I would do it in a thousand loves, lady,
but it's impossible to please him now,
that my throat is drier than tow
And these new clothes make me feel very tight.
- I'm infinite sorry, answers aunt rat,
loosen a little vest and tie,
and in the meantime I'm going to sing to you
a very particular little song.
More being in this brilliant role
Of dance and beer, guitar and song,
The cat and her cats save the threshold,
And that becomes the final judgment
Old lady cat carved by the ear
To the Ratico boy meowing: Hello!
And the cat children to the old rat
One for the leg and one for the tail
Don Renacuajito watching this assault
He took his hat, took a tremendous leap
And opening the door with hand and nose,
Very happy nights were given to everyone.
And he kept jumping so high and fast
Who lost his hat, tore his shirt,
slipped into the mouth of a greedy duck
and this one sucks it in with a single stretch
And so they concluded, one, two and three
Mouse and Mouse, and the Frog after;
The cats ate and the duck dined,
And Mommy Ranita was left alone!
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