A tortoise and a mouse

A tortoise and a mouse

A TORTOISE AND A MOUSE A mouse is romping throughout the house and run across a tortoise which is moving toilsomely under its carapace. The mouse whacks its tail and slightly opens its mouth and comes close to and complains for the tortoise: You are confided in this carapace just like in a dark Jail. And yet you can endure this miserable condition! As for me, throughout this whole brightly decorated palace, I can freely stroll up, down, in and ut After hearing rhis, the tortoise retorts: ???It is true that my house is small, but it is really my own.

Yours is tall and spacious but it belongs to another possessor. We inhabit out own house which, regardless of its smallness. Is better than someone elses palace. A TORTOISE AND A MOUSE out After hearing rhis, the tortoise retorts: ‘It is true that my house is small, but it is else’s palace. A TORTOISE AND A MOUSE and comes close to and complains for the tortoise: you are confided in this carapace else’s palace.