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PUSS IN BOOTS.
If ever there was cat
Gave mouse and gave rat Just cause to quake with fear,
It is, I surely say,
That Pussy sly and gray Whom you 'll see pictured here.
Ilis master was 'eft,
Of all wealth bereit, But Puss cared not a bit.
"If a living," said he,
“Is not left to me, I'll earn one by my wit.”
If ever there was man
Since time first began, Had a servant brisk and true,
I think that lucky one
The miller's youngest son In “Puss in Boots," -- don't you?
I think, my little dears,
The tale that here appears This moral justly suits
Our real friends we see
In dark adversity. Learn this from “Puss in Boots."