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Values of idioms:

1. TO OPEN THE DOOR
2. FROM (ALL) SOUL

Modest elephant

The forest is a huge country.
Plenty of space for an Elephant.
Waiting for the Elephant birds, beasts
Other all doors are open.

Going in the morning
On the edge of the kids.
With the advent of the Elephant
The kids laugh out loud.

See the picture:
All he puts on his back
And before the evening rolls.
Place to all my friends enough.

Suddenly there was a terrible thunder.
Hey, rather hide in the house!
The rain poured down in buckets -
Scared the kids.

The rain knocks on the open door.
The wind, like a fierce animal,
Loud howling - not silent.
In the sky lightning flashes.

- Guard! Burning straw!
Run all from home.
Now on the roof of the flame
Waving like a banner.

To defeat the fire is not just
Those who are of small stature.
Put out the fire on the roof
Who has the most power and above.

The wind dropped.
Thunder
No thundering on the roof of the house.
And laugh heartily
With Elephant babies.

"You couldn us, the Elephant,
To borrow a little bit strength?
Disassembled the Elephant laugh:
Hardly enough of them at all.

The mole said:
Many years
I studied etiquette.
THE MODESTY OF THE BEAST DECORATE.
MODEST'T BE HURT!

Modest elephant

To open the door (someone) - to be let anywhere, invite to enter.

Buckets of it - see here.

From (all) the soul - truly happy.

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