Freedom to many means immediate betterment, as if by magic... Unless I can meet at least some of these aspirations, my support will wane and my head will roll just as surely as the tickbird follows the rhino.
Freedom, means, immediate, betterment, magic, can, meet, least, aspirations
Pity the poor old rhino with A bodger on its bonce.
Pity, poor, old, bodger, bonce
I doubt if a charging elephant, or a rhino, is as determined, or hard to check, as a socially ambitious mother.
doubt, charging, elephant, determined, hard, check, socially, ambitious, mother
The rhino is a homely beast, For human eyes he's not a feast. Farwell, farewell, you old rhinoceros, I'll stare at something less prepoceros.
homely, beast, human, eyes, feast, farewell, you, old, rhinoceros
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