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Category: Funny Juniors Poems
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  THE NAUGHTY DARKEY BOY  

There was a cruel darkey boy,
    Who sat upon the shore,
A catching little fishes by
    The dozen and the score.

And as they squirmed and wriggled there,
    He shouted loud with glee,
"You surely cannot want to live,
    You're little-er dan me."

Just then with a malicious leer,
    And a capacious smile,
Before him from the water deep
    There rose a crocodile.

He eyed the little darkey boy,
    Then heaved a blubbering sigh,
And said, "You cannot want to live,
    You're little-er than I."

The fishes squirm and wriggle still,
    Beside that sandy shore,
The cruel little darkey boy,
    Was never heard of more.

                                    Unknown.


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