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The Landau
The Landau
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There was a landau deep and wide,

Cushioned for Sleep's own self to sit on--

The glory of the country-side

From Tanner's End to Marlow Ditton.

John of the broad and brandied cheek

(Well I recall its eau-de-vie hues!)

Drove staid Sir Ralph five days a week

At speeds which we considered Jehu's...


But now' poor John sleeps very sound,

And neither hears nor smells the fuss

Of the young Squire's nine-hundred-pound--

Er-Mors communis omnibus.

And I who in my daily stroll

Observe the reckless chauffeur crowd her,

Laudator temporis, extol

The times before the Act allowed her.

classics children Kipling

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