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Pigletby Valerie Joanne Higgins
The strangest theft there had ever been,
In their drink the old wives muttered,
The Blacksmith's wife was in milk with her latest child,
Ceri was the name that they gave her,
Piglet was a merry hearted girl,
And who knows what might have happened,
But one day mischance came calling,
The blacksmith's wife was a kind foolish woman,
He took Ceri, smith's daughter out to a boarhunt,
The Smith went and asked for his daughter,
They set out to search that forest,
Where she and the prince had dismounted,
However wildly they hunted,
The Smith and most of the village,
The village palings were shattered,
The herdsman ran swift and called home the cows,
Yes of course they'd all seen where the herd went,
For many a day, and many a year,
Valerie Joanne Higgins a fantasy artist and poet who lives in Shropshire, England.
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