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Benedict and the Magic Chameleon       by: Ovid Singh

Benedict and the Magic Chameleon

Whether a Chameleon possesses the magic to make other people have its own very ability to camouflage is not known. The Chameleon is a slow but a patient animal who take it’s time to attack its prey. While a little boy, Benedict followed a butterfly that suddenly landed within his reach, but on trying to catch it, the butterfly flew away. The little boy’s curiosity led him to a Chameleon, wrapped up in its own thoughts. The Chameleon spat in the boy’s eyes and as the soothsayer said, the Chameleon had to die, for the boy to survive.

Ovid Singh

David Omondi or also known as Ovid Singh is a native of Kenya who came to America at the beginning of the millennium. David was inspired by storytelling and folklore from his grandmother and mother while young. So many stories have been passed down through generations, yet some remain untold.

Ovid Singh

David Omondi or also known as Ovid Singh is a native of Kenya who came to America at the beginning of the millennium. David was inspired by storytelling and folklore from his grandmother and mother while young. So many stories have been passed down through generations, yet some remain untold.

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