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Simon Lee: The Old Huntsman

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. With an incident in which he was concerned
In the sweet shire of Cardigan,
Not far from pleasant Ivor-hall,
An old Man dwells, a little man,--
'Tis said he once was tall.
For five-and-thirty years he lived
A running huntsman merry;
And still the centre of his cheek
Is red as a ripe cherry.
No man like him the horn could sound,

And hill and valley rang with glee
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Tapan M. Saren 22 April 2017

Fine poem.............

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