The eight princesses offered the Princess September to buy her a lovely green and yellow parrot.
The princesses were vexed when the King said that the parrots said the same thing again and again in seven different languages and it reminded him of his councillors. He liked the song of the bird of Princess September.
The unfortunate remark given by the bird was that she had not come back that night as her father-in-law had given a party and they all wanted her to stay.
The little bird sang a beautiful song, all about the lake in the king’s garden, the willow trees and the goldfish.
The bird refused to sing and stopped eating. He fainted and lay dying in his cage. September gave a started cry to see him lying down lifelessly. She loved his so much and was so precious to her more than her own pleasure. So she permitted him his freedom.
The little bird sang a beautiful song all about the lake in the king’s garden, the willow trees and the goldfish; which entertained the beautiful Princess September.
The King decided to call his daughters by the names of months because he had so many daughters and the Queen got confused in their names.
When Princess September was old enough she married the king of Cambodia and was carried on a white elephant all the way to the city in which the king lived.
The little bird had gone to meet his father-in-law. He returned quite late. He explained the reason of being late quite truthfully. He told that his father-in-law was giving a party in the evening. Everybody insisted on his stay, so it was probable that he would spend the night there. This was an unfortunate remark…