The Mouse's Message

Two little mice and a great big mouse
Went journeying away together,
And they came, at last, to a little grey house
And their hearts were light as a feather,
For they said " Here a dear little boy-boy lives,
We would like to kiss and to squeeze,
And Pauline said
He would give us a bed
And a great big piece of cheese."

For she called him her sweetheart — so she did,
Her dear little love of a Brownie,
And she sent us East with Gerald to feast,
Till we all get slick and downy.
And she said we must hug little Gerald, for her,
And nibble his cheeks so cheery,
And kiss him twice
Like good little mice
Because he's his old girl's Dearie.
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