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Wendell Worley

Wild and wooly Wendell Worley Went camping in the cane breaks. He woke at midnight dark, to find A raccoon feeding on his cornflakes. Wild and wooly Wendell Worley, At morning did awaken, And found, to his profound chagrin, A 'possum eating up his bacon. Wild and wooly Wendell Worley, Returning from a short stroll, Was less than overjoyed to find A large snake sleeping in his bedroll. Wild and wooly Wendell Worley Then made a sound decision: Feeling poorly, Wendell Worley Now camps before his television.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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