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A big woolly sheep walked around with pride.

He boasted to the group of calves outside:

    “Now calves please show me some respect

     For my lovely thick fleece is just perfect.”

 

There was one small calf out in the yard

Who to the sheep showed no regard:

     “But one fine day, when you are dead,

      They’ll be drinking our milk,” she quietly said.

 

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