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Mouse Guest
 
what do you do with a rascally mouse, who thinks
he can move in and dwell,
making a nuisance yes to be sure, making ones' life
a pure hell ;
he scampers about seeming quite free, making
himself quite at home,
all within four simple walls, all over does he happily
roam.


a tiny wee creature, as small as a knot, timid yet not
too afraid,
how I despise him that tiny small beast, why can't
his fate it be made;
get rid of him once and for all, dispose of him out in
the wild.
just the place where he truly belongs, myself he has
not beguiled.


a mouse is a poor choice of house guest, not
something that I'd recommend,
what can we do to be rid of him, to this ultimate
goal I'll attend;
once for all he's got to go, of this I'm very much
in belief,
just what I'll do though remains to be seen, when
he's gone, what a relief.

By Wooleyman

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