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The Moral. Rudyard Kipling

You mustn′t groom an Arab with a file.
 You hadn′t ought to tension-spring a mule.
You couldn′t push a brumby fifty mile
 And drop him in a boiler-shed to cool.
I′ll sling you through six counties in a day.
 I′ll hike you up a grade of one in ten.
I am Duty, Law and Order under way,
 I′m the Mentor of banana-fingered men!
I will make you I know your left hand from your right.
 I will teach you not to drink about your biz.
I′m the only temperance advocate in sight!
 I am all the Education Act there is!

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