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Fiddlededee Post by :rekognize Category :Poems Author :Eliza Lee Cabot Follen Date :May 2011 Read :2614

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Fiddlededee

Fiddledee diddledee dido,
A poor little boy he cried, O;
He cried, for what?
O, I've forgot;
Perhaps you had better ask Fido.

Fiddledee diddledee dido,
The dog ran off to hide, O;
He'll bark and squeak,
But never speak--
There's no use in asking Fido.





(The end)
Eliza Lee Cabot Follen's poem: Fiddlededee

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