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Grimm Tales Made Gay

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Published: 1902
Language: English
Wordcount: 10,801 / 42 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 81.6
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,494
Added to site: 2007.10.14 18532

And the kids simply _have_ to be lost!"


But, while they plotted, every word
The youngest of the urchins heard,
And winked the other eye;
His height was only two feet three.
(I might remark, in passing, he
Was little, but O My!)
He added: "I'd better keep mum."
(He was foxy, was Hop O' My Thumb!)


They took the boys into the wood,
And lost them, as they said they should,
And came in silence back.
Alas for them! Hop O' My Thumb
At every step had dropped a crumb,
And so retraced the track.
While the parents sat mourning their fate
He led the boys in at the gate!

He placed his hand upon his heart,
And said: "You think you're awful smart,
But I have foiled you thus!"
His parents humbly bent the knee,
And meekly said: "H. O. M. T.,
You're one too much for us!"
And both of them solemnly swore
"We won't never do so no more!"


_The Mor



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