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Trusty Learning Abc Post by :kdwashere Category :Poems Author :Eliza Lee Cabot Follen Date :May 2011 Read :827

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Trusty Learning Abc

"Be quiet, good Trusty;
See how still you can be,
For I've come to teach you
Your ABC."

"I will show you the way
Mother reads it to me;
She looks very sober,
And says, ABC."

"Tom says you can't learn;
But father says, he
Saw a little dog once
That knew ABC."

"So, good Trusty, attend;
Let us show them that we
Can learn, if we please,
Our ABC."

To what little Frank said
Trusty seemed to agree.
Do you think he learned much
Of his ABC?

(The end)
Eliza Lee Cabot Follen's poem: Trusty Learning Abc

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