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TOM AND JERRY

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TOM AND JERRY

Tom is a cat
And is big enough to hold a bat

Jerry is a mouse
It lives in a hole house

Jerry is so clever
He knows how to use his lever

When Tom sets a trap
He leaves a gap 

 When Tom takes a nap 
 Jerry sets a trap

Tom falls in it
but I think it is  the end of his wit 

He always makes up and never shares his cup
The chase begins and both never give up

Tom chases Jerry
Jerry is not very merry  

They are just cartoons 
And they teach us not to use harpoons

They always give us fun 
And show they have energy in ton 

Benedict(8 years)

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