L TT'S very plain a tight-rope
S.A roadway rather narrow
On which to travel back and forth,
And trundle a wheelbarrow;
So I am sure you'll not dispute
That Jack shows well his talents,
When thus with ease he promenades
And always keeps his balance.
T HIS talented Giraffe can play
In such a skillful, pleasing way,
That every one who hears agrees
That he is Master of the Keys;
So 'tis nrot strange at all that he
Should hold his head high, as you see.
U PON a swiftly racing horse,
Miss Della dashes round the course;
Through a paper hoop she
And lightly ""
back. .. .
O H, this is the joker who makes people laugh!
Enough of his capers they cannot get half;
He knows how tofroblic, to romp, and make fun,
In a style that's so jolly it suits every one;
And when he is through you will hear all declare,
A more comical clown they've not seen anywhere.
JOCKO PRETTYFACE JOCKO PRETTYFACE
THESE Cyclists wondrous tricks can do,
Skillful, bold, and
While the Clown
HERE of Jugglers
is a pair
makes us stare;
How they keep these
Is a thing that's past our knowing.
We just admire their doings clever,
And say in wonder, Well I never!"
EVERY day, upon her bicycle, Miss Piggywig
She cuts a funny figure, for she's growing rather
Young piggies on the sidewalk -very saucy
Shout loudly as she passes, Look at Fatty's
THIS is Mademoiselle Eugenie;
Of Wild Beasts she is called the Queen.
That she has lots of nerve and courage
Is a fact that's easily seen.