The Baby Eagle
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Once upon a time there was a baby eagle living in a nest perched on a cliff overlooking a beautiful valley with waterfalls and streams, trees and lots of little animals, scurrying1 about enjoying their lives.
The baby eagle liked the nest. It was the only world he had ever known. It was warm and comfortable, had a great view, and even better, he had all the food and love and attention that a great mother eagle could provide. Many times each day the mother would swoop2 down from the sky and land in the nest and feed the baby eagle delicious morsels3 of food. She was like a god to him, he had no idea where she came from or how she worked her magic.
The baby eagle was hungry all the time, but the mother eagle would always come just in time with the food and love and attention he craved4. The baby eagle grew strong. His vision grew very sharp. He felt good all the time.
Until one day, the mother stopped coming to the nest.
The baby eagle was hungry. "I'm sure to die," said the baby eagle, all the time.
"Very soon, death is coming," he cried, with tears streaming down his face. Over and over. But there was no one there to hear him.
Then one day the mother eagle appeared at the top of the mountain cliff, with a big bowl of delicious food and she looked down at her baby. The baby looked up at the mother and cried "Why did you abandon me? I'm going to die any minute. How could you do this to me?"
The mother said, "Here is some very tasty and nourishing food, all you have to do is come get it."
"Come get it!" said the baby, with much anger. "How?"
The mother flew away.
The baby cried and cried and cried.
A few days later, "I'm going to end it all," he said. "I give up. It is time for me to die."
He didn't know his mother was nearby. She swooped5 down to the nest with his last meal.
"Eat this, it's your last meal," she said.
The baby cried, but he ate and whined6 and whined about what a bad mother she was.
"You're a terrible mother," he said. Then she pushed him out of the nest.
He fell.
Head first.
Picked up speed.
Faster and faster.
He screamed. "I'm dying I'm dying," he cried. He picked up more speed.
He looked up at his mother. "How could you do this to me?"
He looked down.
The ground rushed closer, faster and faster. He could visualize7 his own death so clearly, coming so soon, and cried and whined and complained. "This isn't fair!" he screamed.
Something strange happens.
The air caught behind his arms and they snapped away from his body, with a feeling unlike anything he had ever experienced. He looked down and saw the sky. He wasn't moving towards the ground anymore, his eyes were pointed8 up at the sun.
"Huh?" he said. "What is going on here!"
"You're flying," his mother said.
"This is fun!" laughed the baby eagle, as he soared and dived and swooped.
"Yes it is!" said the mother.


1 scurrying 294847ddc818208bf7d590895cd0b7c9     
v.急匆匆地走( scurry的現在分詞 )
  • We could hear the mice scurrying about in the walls. 我們能聽見老鼠在墻里亂跑。 來自《現代英漢綜合大詞典》
  • We were scurrying about until the last minute before the party. 聚會開始前我們一直不停地忙忙碌碌。 來自辭典例句
2 swoop nHPzI     
  • The plane made a swoop over the city.那架飛機突然向這座城市猛降下來。
  • We decided to swoop down upon the enemy there.我們決定突襲駐在那里的敵人。
3 morsels ed5ad10d588acb33c8b839328ca6c41c     
n.一口( morsel的名詞復數 );(尤指食物)小塊,碎屑
  • They are the most delicate morsels. 這些確是最好吃的部分。 來自辭典例句
  • Foxes will scratch up grass to find tasty bug and beetle morsels. 狐貍會挖草地,尋找美味的蟲子和甲殼蟲。 來自互聯網
4 craved e690825cc0ddd1a25d222b7a89ee7595     
渴望,熱望( crave的過去式 ); 懇求,請求
  • She has always craved excitement. 她總渴望刺激。
  • A spicy, sharp-tasting radish was exactly what her stomach craved. 她正饞著想吃一個香甜可口的紅蘿卜呢。
5 swooped 33b84cab2ba3813062b6e35dccf6ee5b     
俯沖,猛沖( swoop的過去式和過去分詞 )
  • The aircraft swooped down over the buildings. 飛機俯沖到那些建筑物上方。
  • The hawk swooped down on the rabbit and killed it. 鷹猛地朝兔子撲下來,并把它殺死。
6 whined cb507de8567f4d63145f632630148984     
v.哀號( whine的過去式和過去分詞 );哀訴,訴怨
  • The dog whined at the door, asking to be let out. 狗在門前嚎叫著要出去。 來自《現代英漢綜合大詞典》
  • He whined and pouted when he did not get what he wanted. 他要是沒得到想要的東西就會發牢騷、撅嘴。 來自辭典例句
7 visualize yeJzsZ     
  • I remember meeting the man before but I can't visualize him.我記得以前見過那個人,但他的樣子我想不起來了。
  • She couldn't visualize flying through space.她無法想像在太空中飛行的景象。
8 pointed Il8zB4     
  • He gave me a very sharp pointed pencil.他給我一支削得非常尖的鉛筆。
  • She wished to show Mrs.John Dashwood by this pointed invitation to her brother.她想通過對達茨伍德夫人提出直截了當的邀請向她的哥哥表示出來。
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