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TheCrowandtheOwl Once, when the clouds were forming On a windy winter morning, Saw a quite peculiar sight. Two birds I beheld, On a maple tree held, A most unusual pairing One was a black crow, And there was I, glaring. Cold and wily, such I know, Beside him, a blind owl, Careful and wise, not one to growl. “Logic, 'tis such a fine thing!”, “O, how I love induction, cawed the crow, who could not sing, And adore , as well, deduction! How I loath the nightingale, So fallacious in her wail, Her song so inconsistent, I, still with the weight of night, And indeed, you are an owl, Of all creatures, the most foul,1 For truly, you sleep all day, If this I say is true, And awake all night you stay, Why should I listen to you?” The owl then answered coolly, “Friend, do not act untruly, and listen to what I say,
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