The Raven and the Fox

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    Soft flexible case with impact protection. Made with TPU, a durable material made of a mixture of soft silicone and hard plastic
    Protective Lip Weight Thickness
    Yes 26g Midweight 1/16 inch Single Layer

Features

  • Durable flexible case that grips around the edges of your phone
  • Shock absorbent TPU case with anti-fingerprint finish allows full access to device ports
  • Colors are ink printed on the frosted shell surface
  • The design is featured on the back while the edges of the case are semi transparent
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  • Compatible with Qi-standard wireless charging

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The Raven and the Fox

Perch’d on a lofty oak,
Sir Raven held a lunch of cheese;
Sir Fox, who smelt it in the breeze,

Thus to the holder spoke:—
’Ha! how do you do, Sir Raven?
Well, your coat, sir, is a brave one!

So black and glossy, on my word, sir,
With voice to match, you were a bird, sir,
Well fit to be the Phoenix of these days.’

Sir Raven, overset with praise,
Must show how musical his croak.
Down fell the luncheon from the oak;
Which snatching up, Sir Fox thus spoke:—

‘The flatterer, my good sir,
Aye liveth on his listener;
Which lesson, if you please,
Is doubtless worth the cheese.’

A bit too late, Sir Raven swore
The rogue should never cheat him more.

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Le Corbeau et le Renard

Maître Corbeau, sur un arbre perché,
Tenait en son bec un fromage.
Maître Renard, par l’odeur alléché,

Lui tint à peu près ce langage :
« Hé ! bonjour, Monsieur du Corbeau.
Que vous êtes joli ! que vous me semblez beau !

Sans mentir, si votre ramage
Se rapporte à votre plumage,
Vous êtes le Phénix des hôtes de ces bois. »

A ces mots le Corbeau ne se sent pas de joie ;
Et pour montrer sa belle voix,
Il ouvre un large bec, laisse tomber sa proie.
Le Renard s’en saisit, et dit : « Mon bon Monsieur,

Apprenez que tout flatteur
Vit aux dépens de celui qui l’écoute :
Cette leçon vaut bien un fromage, sans doute. »

Le Corbeau, honteux et confus,
Jura, mais un peu tard, qu’on ne l’y prendrait plus

Jean de La Fontaine -

Personnal illustration based on the Fable of Jean de La Fontaine for by portfolio.

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