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The Owl and The Pussy-Cat
Poem Kindness to Animals

Kindness to Animals

Little children, never give Pain to things that feel and live: Let the gentle robin come For the crumbs you save at home,— As his meat you throw along He’ll repay you with a song; Never hurt the timid hare Peeping from her green grass lair, Let her come and sport and play On the…

Poem How Doth The Little Busy Bee
How Doth the Little Busy Bee
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Little children, never give

Pain to things that feel and live:

Let the gentle robin come

For the crumbs you save at home,—

As his meat you throw along

He’ll repay you with a song;

Never hurt the timid hare

Peeping from her green grass lair,

Let her come and sport and play

On the lawn at close of day;

The little lark goes soaring high

To the bright windows of the sky,

Singing as if ’twere always spring,

And fluttering on an untired wing,—

Oh! let him sing his happy song,

Nor do these gentle creatures wrong.

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