There once was a bird named Zenis. He was very fond of having flight. The thing he thought of most was the idiom, when pigs fly.
Zenis decided to visit the god of the sky, Naomi, who he thought would give him wings.
He traveled until he reached Naomi who greeted him kindly. "I want wings," said Zenis.
Naomi agreed to give him wings under one condition."You must glide with your tail feathers and I will give you wings of flight," declared Naomi.
He glided for an hour circling the island in the middle of the Lake of Atlantis and doing loop-dee-loops.
Naomi congratulated Zenis when he arrived. "You did well," she exclaimed.
"I must reward you as I promised." said Zenis.
And with that arms grew quickly at Zenis's sides. "Wow!" shouted Zenis more excited than a hungry tiger who caught his first prey.
Then feathers grew and Zenis flew off thanking Naomi over and over again.