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A Child's Own Book of Verse, Book One by  Ada M. Skinner and Frances Gillespy Wickes

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THE RABBITS

Between the hill and the brook, ook, ook,

Two rabbits sat in the sun, O!

And then they ate the green, green grass,

Till all the grass was gone, O!


And when they had eaten enough, nough, nough,

They sat down to have a talk, O!

When there came a man with a gun, un, un,

And fired at them over the walk, O!


But when they found they were sound, ound, ound,

Nor hurt by the gun, un, un, O!

They picked themselves up from the ground, ound, ound,

And scampered away like fun, O!

Nursery Rhyme.


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