From "Billy Mink's Swimming Party"
Old Mother West Wind, by Thornton W. Burgess
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billy mink was coming down the bank of the laughing brook billy
mink was feeling very good indeed he had had a good breakfast the
sun was warm little white cloud ships were sailing across the blue sky
and their shadows were sailing across the green meadows the birds
were singing and the bees were humming billy mink felt like singing
too but billy minks voice was not meant for singing