The Considerate Crocodile

By Amos Russel Wells

There was once a considerate crocodile
Who lay on the banks of the river Nile,
And he swallowed a flsh with a face of woe,
While his tears ran fast to the stream below.
“I am mourning,” said he, “the untimely fate
Of the dear little fish that I just now ate!”

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