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The wind swept over the ocean,

    The wind swept over the trees

The wind swept over the chimney tops

    But it never once said: “please”.

 

The rain washed down on the rooftops,

    The rain washed down on the seas

The rain washed streets and pavements,

    But it never once said: “please.”

 

The fog crept over the hilltops,

    The fog hugged my hands and my knees

The fog hid the sun high up in the sky

    But it never once said: “please".

 

The snow fell over the gardens

     And coated the hedge and the trees.

The snow made everything clean and white - - - -

      But - - - - -  it never once said: " . . . . . . . "

 

 

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