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The Buffalo Post by :global Category :Poems Author :Laura E. Richards Date :August 2011 Read :1777

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The Buffalo

The Buffalo doth proudly prance,
Whenever the hunters will give him a chance,
And over the prairies he leads them a dance,
Oh! fiddledy, diddledy, dido!

(The end)
Laura E. Richards's poem: Buffalo

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