Mary’s Lamb And the Beast

September 25, 2007
Mary’s lamb was black as coal
His eyes half blind with hate
And everywhere that Mary went
Her lamb would lie and wait
And when they were all alone
He’d whisper sweetly in her ear
And filled her pretty little head
With lies that grew in fear
Then Mary told just one friend
Who went to tell one more
And in this way the lie was spread
From door to neighbor’s door
Soon the lie raged all around
A beast no one could tame
And no one knew that secretly
Mary’s lamb was to blame.

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