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A Book of Nursery Rhymes
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D for a Duck, a very good bird;
E for an Egg, good in pudding or pies;
F for a Farmer, rich, honest, and wise;
G for a Gentleman, void of all care;
H for the Hound that ran down the hare;

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I for an Indian, sooty and dark;
K for the Keeper that looked to the park;
L for the Lark that soared in the air;
M for a Mole that ne'er could get there;

N for Sir Nobody, ever in fault;
O for an Otter, that ne'er
     could be caught;
P for a Pudding, stuck
     full of plums;

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