A Raven And A Swan By Aesop
Short story narrated by Jaime Orozco
Voice AgeTeen (13-17)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
a raven and s one. A raven which, you know is black as cold was envious of this one because her feathers were as white as the purest snow. The foolish bird got the idea that if he lived like this one, swimming and diving all day long and eight in the waves and plants that grow in the water his feathers were turned white light as once. So he left his home in the woods and fields and flew down to live on the legs and in the marshes. But though he washed and washed all day long, almost drowning himself at it, his feathers remain as black as ever. And as the water weights he did not agree with him. He got thinner and thinner, and at last he died. I change of habits will know alter nature mhm.