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Size And Tears

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When on the sandy shore I sit,
Beside the salt sea-wave,
And fall into a weeping fit
Because I dare not shave -
A little whisper at my ear
Enquires the reason of my fear.

I answer "If that ruffian Jones
Should recognise me here,
He'd bellow out my name in tones
Offensive to the ear:
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Mahtab Bangalee 26 October 2019
My growth is not YOUR business, Sir! " " No more it is, my boy! But if it's YOURS, as I infer, Why, Brown, I give you joy! .../// great writings
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Herbert Dry 26 October 2019
Very good read enjoyed it
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Andrew Blakemore 26 October 2019
One of the best poems of carroll
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Kingsley Egbukole 26 October 2019
Interesting poetic write up on size and the feelings we get when reminded of it.
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Dr Antony Theodore 26 October 2019
They vanish in tobacco smoke, Those visionary maids - I feel a sharp and sudden poke Between the shoulder-blades - a very good poem. tony
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Kumarmani Mahakul 26 October 2019
A wonderful humorous poem by Lewis Carroll is well executed.
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Aniruddha Pathak 26 October 2019
Size and tears, an out of the way poem woven well.
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Savita Tyagi 26 October 2018
A fun to read poem. Glad he picked a man for bringing out the foolishness of bodily complex through humor.
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Adrian Flett 26 October 2018
A fun poem from the Master of humour and nonsense. It flows so beautifully with the ear and eye.
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Ramesh T A 26 October 2018
A wonderful humorous piece of poem, Poet Lewis carroll has nicely weaved into best verse to read!
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