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Poem by Kate Greenaway


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Some geese went out a-walking,
	To breakfast and to dine;
They craned their necks, and plumed themselves Ц 
	They numbered four from nine;
With their cackle, cackle, cackle!
	They thought themselves so fine.

A dame went walking by herself, 
	A very ancient crone;
She said, ФI wish that all you geese
	Were starved to skin and bone! 
Do stop that cackle, cackle, now,
	And leave me here alone.Ф



Kate Greenaway

Poem Theme: Kate Greenaway

Kate Greenaway's other poems:
  1. Up You Go, Shuttlecocks, Ever So High!
  2. In Go-Cart So Tiny
  3. Now, All of You, Give Heed unto
  4. It Was Tommy Who Said
  5. ChildТs Song


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