Aesop's Fables

The Two Pots

The Two PotsTwo Pots, one of earthenware and the other of brass, were carried away down a river in flood.
      The Brazen Pot urged his companion to keep close by his side, and he would protect him.
      The other thanked him, but begged him not to come near him on any account: "For that," he said, "is just what I am most afraid of. One touch from you and I should be broken in pieces."

Moral: Equals make the best friends.

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