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Dantika and the Elephant

Dantika and the Elephant

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Thig 3.4 PTS: Thig 39-62

Dantika and the Elephant

translated from the Pali by

C.A.F. Rhys Davids

Alternate translation: Thanissaro

Coming from noonday-rest on Vulture's Peak I saw an elephant, his bathing done, Forth from the river issue. And a man, Taking his goad, bade the great creature stretch His foot: Obeyed, and to his neck the driver sprang. I saw the untamed tamed, I saw him bent To master's will; and making inwardly, I passed into the forest depths and there I' faith I trained and ordered all my heart.

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