The greatest part of our happiness depends on our dispositions, not our circumstances. ..
Phone Number *** - **** 2474
Birthday26 March 1970
Address Avenue Debourg No: 2474
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Hang garlands on the bathroom door; Let all the passages be spruce; For, lo, the victim comes once more, And, ah, he struggles like the deuce!
Bring soaps of many scented sorts; Let girls in pinafores attend, With John, their brother, in his shorts, To wash their dusky little friend.
Their little friend, the dusky dog, Short-legged and very obstinate, Faced like a much-offended frog, And fighting hard against his fate.
No Briton he! From palace-born Chinese patricians he descends; He keeps their high ancestral scorn; His spirit breaks, but never bends.
Our water-ways he fain would'scape; He hates the customary bath That thins his tail and spoils his shape, And turns him to a fur-clad lath;
And, seeing that the Pekinese Have lustrous eyes that bulge like buds, He fain would save such eyes as these, Their owner's pride, from British suds.
Vain are his protests--in he goes. His young barbarians crowd around; They soap his paws, they soap his nose; They soap wherever fur is found.
And soon, still laughing, they extract His limpness from the darkling tide; They make the towel's roughness act On back and head and dripping side.
They shout and rub and rub and shout-- He deprecates their odious glee-- Until at last they turn him out, A damp gigantic bumble-bee.
Released, he barks and rolls, and speeds From lawn to lawn, from path to path, And in one glorious minute needs More soapsuds and another bath.