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Fri, 28 Nov 2008
"Do you know the wee rhyme about the Wee Young Mouse, a bit sad me thinks."

In a crack near a cupboard, with dainties provided,
A certain young mouse with her mother resided;
So securely they lived on that fortunate spot
Any mouse in the land might have envied their lot.

But one day this young mouse, who was given to roam,
Having made an excursion some way from her home,
On a sudden return with such joy in her eyes
That her grey, sedate parent expressed some surprise.

"Oh Mother!" said she, "the good folks of this house,
I'm convinced, have not any ill-will to a mouse;
And those tales can't be true which you always are telling,
For they've been at the pains  to construct us a dwelling.

"The floor is of wood and the walls are of wires,
Exactly the size that one's comfort requires;
And I'm sure that we should there have nothing to fear
If ten cats with their kittens at once should appear.

"And then they have made such nice holes in the wall,
One could slip in and out with no trouble at all;
But forcing one's way through such crannies as these
Always gives one's poor ribs a most terrible squeeze.
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