Three Hundred Æsop's Fables/The Sea-gull and the Kite
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THE SEA-GULL AND THE KITE.
A Sea-Gull having bolted down too large a fish, burst its deep gullet-bag, and lay down on the shore to die. A Kite seeing him, exclaimed: "You richly deserve your fate; for a bird of the air has no business to seek its food from the sea."
Every man should be content to mind his own business.