Monkey And Glasses Krylov Ivan Andreevich - Poem by Yuri Starostin
Monkey and Glasses Krylov Ivan Andreevich
Monkey became weak by the eyes to an old age;
And the people she heard,
It's evil not so a big arm:
Just need to got a glasses,
She pulled a glasses at half a dozen;
Twirls by the glasses in that and this way:
Put its to the top, string its on the tail,
Sniff its, licked its;
The glasses are not valid in any way.
'Ugh to lost! 'she says, ' and that is a fool,
Who listens all human lies:
Only deceive me all about a glasses;
And the use is not in its on a hair'.
A monkey had its here from a chagrin and a sadness
Shatter on the stone
Only a splashes sparkle.
Unfortunately, the same happens in a humans:
No matter how useful thing, without knowing its price,
An ignorant tends about it to ill more;
And if the ignorant is noble,
So he still herd out its.
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