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  • Nursery Rhyme. Ccclxxxiii. Lullabies
    Dance to your daddy,
    My little babby,
    Dance to your daddy;
    My little lamb. ...
  • Nursery Rhyme. Ccclxv. Paradoxes
    Up stairs, down stairs, upon my lady's window,
    There I saw a cup of sack and a race of ginger;
    Apples at the fire, and nuts to crack,
    A little boy in the cream-pot up to his neck....
  • Cows
    There was an old man who said, "How
    Shall I flee from this horrible cow?
    I will sit on this stile
    And continue to smile, ...
  • Nursery Rhyme. Cvi. Proverbs
    The art of good driving 's a paradox quite,
    Though custom has prov'd it so long;
    If you go to the left, you're sure to go right,
    If you go to the right, you go wrong....
  • Egotism
    Here's to the man who is wisest and best,
    Here's to the man who with judgment is blest.
    Here's to the man who's as smart as can be -
    I mean the man who agrees with me....
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Carl Sandburg Poem
Baby Toes
 by Carl Sandburg

There is a blue star, Janet,
Fifteen years- ride from us,
If we ride a hundred miles an hour.

There is a white star, Janet,
Forty years- ride from us,
If we ride a hundred miles an hour.


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