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Aladdin and his wonderful lamp in rhyme (1919)

by Arthur Ransome

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To L.A.
You are a poet. I my nose
Grind at the humbler wheel of prose,
But now and then I make a stanza .....
What's that you say? It does not scan, Sir?
What then? I may be Sancho Panza,
But let not you on Rosinante
Despise my donkey's crude andante.
Yours be the visions, yours the fame,
I have my pleasure all the same;
And though its not high poesy,
Lascelles, is good enough for me.
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The wind blows through the bamboo wood,
The coloured lanterns swing and gleam,
And sleeping Chinese children dream
Of small Aladdin and his Djinns.
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