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A stands for Arabian, with Neptune
All saddled and bridled, the pet of
B lfor the Bees, that fly out here
And bring to the hives the sweet
honey with care.
C for the Cows, in the shade of the
They are chewing the cud, and seem
quite at their case.
) for Ducks, swimming, and play-
They care not for raii nor the storm-
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E for the Eggs, which we find in
They still feel quite warm, from the
hen's downy breast.
]F are the Fowls: the hens and the
Take care, my fine birdies, beware of
G is the Goat, with two kids young
They run to their mother, then scam-
H is the Horse. so sleek and so
He draws the hay-cart to the meadow
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1 is the Island, where Johnny doth
To sit on the bank, in the summer, and
i (are the Kittens, that live in the
They will catch all the mice as soon
as they're able.
I is for Lucy, who waits at the
And puts down the pail, for she's
I is the Milk, which is good, Pussy
And so, uninvited and slyly, she
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_N stands for the Nuts; and when
lessons are done,
Two boys can go nutting ruch better
O for the Owl, that prowling at
Steals chicks from our barn in the
P for some Pigs, which have strayed
from their sty,
But of course will return there to bed
q( stands for the Quince I have
plucked froln a tree,
To flavor the tart Ma'ry's making
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R for the Rabbits, white, spotted,
Just see how that little one nibbles
S for the Sheep, with their coats
of soft wool;
They stand in the meadows so pleas-
ant and cool.
T for the Turkey, who stately doth
With long sweeping wings and a
L stands for Ursula, and V for the
That yields her fine clusters in har-
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W for Wheat, and for Whitey, the
Who nibbles away at the grain and
X means on a Banknote, Ten Dol-
lars, 'tis clear;
On a barrel, it stands for the strength
of the beer.
Y stands for our Farm-yard, where
chicks love to feed
On the oats, and the barley, and other
Z is for Zachary, shutting the gate;
So Good Night, little children; it's
getting quite late.
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