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Page 12 text:
'Sweet and-succulent I
FATE OF THE FROG
A- froggyjiumped, into the stew.
dribbling hot iuices in the SUTIQ' and turned at putrid shadeof blue.
Cl-1I'liD8 vines like 5HU'lf9S- I I We 'Il dish him up at supper-time
Peeking fhf 011811 81' 9911 blafllfefs-H and eat his legs so sweet and fine!
Alas poor froggy met his fate, l
Dffed Und Dfllnish We served him on a dinner plate.
toothlzess ond. balding men, Keith Bwufrtel.
shrunken from beauty
and bright gaity...
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MY OLD FRIEND
The wind was very sharp' an-dacold.
It inode me wish I hadn 't sold
My hat that Was so nice land' warm,
That clung to me in many alstorm.
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Page 13 text:
siievygsiyoqng,-o'n,iy 4-yeqrs oiq. she lived aionewifni
hergrandfather Her grandfatherwas strict-very strict- She
had a friendwtthlher, a'n.unr1sua,l thing forYGrgndfathei' ter
'allow her to have. She took her friend to the pond. it was.
lher favorifeipldoe, her special plate. They-sat there, not
italking.Just thinking, and staring at thepond. The water
was murky., ah, ugly greenish. lt wasionly a- small bond,
but the bottom could not be seen. Her friend' -leaned'
over, asking-where the bottom was: She leaned out tae.
far.'She' fell in. W W - I
The-.girt sat and wafchedwaitimg for her toicome up.
She ran in to teilG,ranid,father.
Shegwas' 8,- hacln't had a friend to playiwithlsingae she
was 4-. Grandfathenhad not allowed it. She had az friend
with ,her now, a sbeeidl friend- They were playihg by the'
ipond. Tag. She waslt. She chased her-friendfaround and
around' the pond.: Quiekly ,she turned back. Her Efriehd'
saw her andrjumped out of the way. She landed 'at the'
edgeof fhepond. Sheilost her balan ce. She fell ini
Theigiirl 'stood andwatohed, waitingi-for her to come'
She 'ran into tell Qrgjndfather.
She was 12. -She sat ,albne bythe pend. Grandfather
did notrallow friends. She had played with a friend only.
twiee. That was Cl long time ago fhQugh. Sheilooked infb
the pond, thinking of her friends. She leaned 'out farther,
w.ond'erimg. Hergrandfather called. lt startlediher. She fell'
She ikept sinking. The wafer was Clearer as: she
neared thebottom. She could see and breathe. Shefsaw
the bottom. -She saw her friends, standing there, waiting
or her. '
No.one stood and watched, waiting forher to .come
UP- r ,.
No.one ran in to tell her grandfather.
ROSEN S PARK ' s
Iheswindibends the frees and ruffles the grass in e - g
iRosem'siRark. There .isdn over4sized pond inthe center of. ' .. ' - - ' .
the park and,at one endof tt, a dogiand a DOY ' i ' , ' s . " - '
iplay at the waterfs edge. The-Lpond at Rosen's Park is S ' . 4,5 ' 1
kidney-Showed and isriefhcrbs five hundred vrxidsrfrom ' ' S' '- W if
'endito ends Thereiwasomoe ayoung :girl whordrowned '
there- b,ut'thcit's,ahc5lhef.stQry. ' M I
Many peoplehave sci id thafthey feel iasiifthey are af' ' ?
theedge of the world in Rosen's Park. And sure' enough
there is asense' of magical beauty as you.lbok.lnto the '
Water. You -.eanisee some 'of the 'fish lust below the I
surface and you wonder how many moreythere are -
hidjrfg aifid cowering in the rocks and watebplants,
Evenifhough the cars rushby on the roads outside
the pa rk, you can't hearthem once inside, for time stands 5 . K
stillih Rosenfs Paifk.
Ji-in hY Fdiiley
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