What is the moral of the story The Spider and the Fly?

What is the moral of the story The Spider and the Fly?

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    The poet says to the children, who will be reading this poem, not to pay any attention to idle, silly flattering words. Such words will only make people miserable later on so it’s better to avoid it from the beginning. Whenever there is any evil counselor (a person who preaches bad things), one should care not to listen to them and pay no attention at all. She further says that the tale of the Spider and the Fly should act as a moral lesson for everyone to be careful in the future.

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