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Famous Bandicoot Poems by Famous Poets

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by Eliot, T S (Thomas Stearns)
...anary, that fluttered from its cage;
Woe to the pampered Pekinese, that faced Growltiger's rage.
Woe to the bristly Bandicoot, that lurks on foreign ships,
And woe to any Cat with whom Growltiger came to grips!

But most to Cats of foreign race his hatred had been vowed;
To Cats of foreign name and race no quarter was allowed.
The Persian and the Siamese regarded him with fear--
Because it was a Siamese had mauled his missing ear.

Now on a peaceful summer night, ...Read More

by Lawson, Henry, half-blind and nearly dead; 
Find Crowbar, get him sobered up, and follow back,' it said. 

`Let Mitchell go to Bandicoot. You'll find him there,' said Mack. 
`I'll start the chaps from Starving Steers, and take the dry-holes back.' 
We tramped till dark, and tried to track the pack-horse on the sands, 
And just at daylight Crowbar came with Milroy's station hands. 
His cheeks were drawn, his face was white, but he was sober then -- 
In times of troubl...Read More

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