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THE PARROT AND THE CROW

Bad Company


A parrot; red and blue and green,  

Was at a farm house often seen;  

He flew about from tree to tree,

As blithe and happy as could be.


One day the crows pulled up the wheat,      

And Poll too, helped to pull and eat;

He chattered to the farmer’s foes,  

And did more damage than the crows.


The farmer brought his gun and shot

Alas for Poll’s unhappy lot!

No more on high the parrot rose,

But wounded lay among the crows.


“Bad company" The farmer said,

As Poll was carried off to bed;

“Had you not with the crows been found,

You still would be all safe and sound.”


The farmer’s children went to see,

How Poll had happened hurt to be,

"Bad company" the parrot said,

And sadly shook his wounded head.


Poll soon grew well and hopped about;

But often when the children shout,

He’ll perch upon the nearest tree,  

And sadly say "Bad Company"


Author Unknown