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The Poppycock
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The Poppycock’s a fowl of English breed,
And therefore many think him fine indeed.
Credulous people’s ears he would regale,
And so he crows aloud and spreads his tale.
But he is stuffed with vain and worthless words;
Fine feathers do not always make fine birds.