A Song of Samlethe

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A Song of Samlethe

The first bear did swim by day, And it did sleep by night, It kept itself within its cave and ate by starry light.

The second bear it did cavort 'Neath canopies of trees, And danced its odd bearish sort Of joy for all to see.

The first bear, well, 'twas hunted, And today adorns a floor. Its ruggish face has been dented By footfalls and the door.

The second bear did step once Into a mushroom ring, And now does dance the dunce For wisps and unseen things.

So do not dance, and do not sleep, Or else be led astray For bears all end up six feet deep At the end of Samlethe's day.

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