A dramatic reading of an excerpt from the poem THE SPIDER AND THE FLY
North American (General)
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and exurb From the Spider and the Fly by Mary. How It Read Aloud by Jennifer James When you walk into my parlor, said the spider to the fly does the prettiest little parlor that ever you miss spy the way into my parlor is up winding stair and I have many curious things to show you when you are there. Oh, no, no, said the little fly to ask me is in vain for who goes up Your winding stair can near come down again. I'm sure you must be weary dio with soaring up so high. Will you rest upon my little bed? Said the spider to the fly. There are pretty curtains drawn around those sheets of fine and thin, and if you like to rest a while, I'll snugly tuck you in. Oh, no, no, said the little fly, for I've often heard it said they never, never wake again. Who sleep upon your bed? Said the cunning spider to the fly. Dear friend, what can I do to prove the warm affection I've always felt for you? I have within my pantry good store of all. It's nice. I'm sure you're very welcome. Will you please to take a slice. Oh, no, no. Said the little fly kind, sir. That cannot be. I've heard what's in your pantry and I do not wish to see Sirico. Oreja said the spider, your city and your wise How handsome are your gauzy wings? How brilliant are your eyes? I have a little looking glass upon my pol er shelf. If you'd step in one moment, dear, you shall behold yourself. I thank you, gentle, sir. She said, for what you're pleased to say and pitting you Good morning. Now I'll call another day.