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Wed, 22 Jul 2009
Come and meet Dobbin's Friend at Seligorscastle, in Charlies Chuckles enjoy xxx

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DOBBIN'S FRIEND

Dobbin and Kitty
Dobbin has a little friend,
   Spotted white and sable;
Everyday she goes to him
In his lonely stable.

Not a mite of dread has she,
Not a thought of danger;
Lightly runs between his hoofs,
Jumps upon his manger;

Lays her soft young cheek to his,
Purrs her meek "Good-morning!"
Gives the flies that hover near
Such a look of warning!




"Dobbin dear," she sometimes says,
"Feel my winter mittens!
Nice and warm, you see, and made
Purposely for kittens.

"Dobbin dear, such times at home!
Mother has caught a
rat!
Brought it home to show to us.
What do you think of that?

Mother has
caught a rat
"Dobbin," she whispers, purring still,
"You often get so weary!

Why don't you balk or run away,
And get your freedom, dearie?"

Then Dobbin gives his head a toss,
And says: "For shame Miss Kitty!
If I could do so mean a thing
'Twould be a monstrous pity!

"No, no; my master's good and kind!
I'll never vex him yet -- never!"
And pussy, pleased, still rubs his cheek,
And likes him more than ever.

of course another wonderful rhyme from
MARY MAPES DODGE.

Posted 17:57

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