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For very good children a very great
Sis young Bertie, who bit at the
And took care to do it when no one
stands for. Charlie, who cut for
And handed it round to his sisters and
D Danced so gaily before the great
SAnd showed her delight by the glance
of her eye.
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E is Eating her Pie, with the plate
on her knees,
Such a good little girl, and so easy to
IF Fought for this largest and
sweetest of Pies,
With another rude boy nearly double
G Got at the Pie, and then bore it
To be laid on the shelf and be eaten
H Hid the great Pie under Grand-
* And thought that to find it she would
not be able.
"J Jumped twenty times with a face
So eager to taste it was this little
I Kept it, and thought that she
looked very grand,
As she sat by its side with a rod in
Longed for the Pie, and she
wanted it soon,
For her plate was quite ready, and
so was her spoon.
M Mourned; for Mamma had just
sent him to bed,
For tasks left undone, and for lessons
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IN Nodded her head when she stood
on the chair,
And shook all the curls of her pretty
0 Opened the Pie, just to see what
was in it,
And lifted the rust up in less than
P Peeped at the Pie, which she
thought very nice,
So she asked her Papa for a very
Q Quaked, for he thought that it
looked rather small,
And he feared there might not be
enough for them alf
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R Ran for a knife, as he wanted
How much he could eat of this large
S Stood by the Table and picked at
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T Took up with pleasure so splendid
But found it too hot and too heavy
V Viewed the big Pie and admired
For Grandmamma's spectacles made it
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1 / ready to cry
When she heard that the servants had
finished the Pie.
.X Expected his dear little sister
/7 So he brought her some pudding, her
mind to relieve.
"V Yielded the point, and was cheer-
ful about it,
Saying, "If the Pie's gone, we must
all do without it."
S Zealously tried little Winnie to
Like a good elder sister, so kind and
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