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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 7, Issue 2 (June 1, 1932)

Some Bird

Some Bird.

A little boy's essay on geese:

“A geese is a low heavy set boid which is mostly meet and feathers—His head sits on one side and he sets on the other. A geese can't sing much on account of dampness of the moisture. He ain't got no foot between his toes and he's got a baloon on his stomach to keep him from sinking. Some gooses when they gits big has curls on their tals and is called ganders. Ganders don't have to sit and hatch, but just loaf and eat, and go swimmin. If I was a goose, I'd rather be a gander.”

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