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  2. Ned Nossaman

    "Better Off Alive"

    A rat that Pat had captured on the south side of the house
    was hardly any bigger than an ordinary mouse.

    So Pat and Jill considered what’s the cleanest, kindest way
    to deal with the intruder and to put the rat away.

    Should she smash him with a shovel? Should he grind him with his shoe?
    (You let one rat into your house, then right away, there’re two.)

    Pat took the rat back to the yard and in a corner far
    filled a Mason jar with water, dropped the rat, and topped the jar…

    It seemed the quickest, kindest way was just to let it drown.
    So Pat and Jill got in the car and headed off to town.

    While in town they did some shopping, ate some food, and saw a friend,
    and they spent a perfect evening till the evening had to end.

    Finally, pulling in the driveway, Jill remarked to Pat, she said,
    "We’d better throw that rat away. Poor thing, by now it’s dead."

    With a baggie and a flashlight to complete the grisly chore
    they headed for the corner to behold the scene once more.

    There they stood transfixed, astonished — so ridiculous the pose —
    for the rat had stretched to fullness and stood hard upon its toes,
    while protruding from the water was its pink and breathing nose.

    It was such a touching spectacle, it almost made them cry:
    the saga of the valiant rat who didn’t want to die.

    Then they both spoke up together, "Take the rat and let him go,
    for the rat has won its freedom!" Having said, they made it so.

    Now they say that rat is breathing, ah, much easier these days.
    And the moral of the story is that perseverance pays.

  3. Ned Nossaman

    "Better Off Alive"

    A rat that Pat had captured on the south side of the house
    was hardly any bigger than an ordinary mouse.

    So Pat and Jill considered what’s the cleanest, kindest way
    to deal with the intruder and to put the rat away.

    Should she smash him with a shovel? Should he grind him with his shoe?
    (You let one rat into your house, then right away, there’re two.)

    Pat took the rat back to the yard and in a corner far
    filled a Mason jar with water, dropped the rat, and topped the jar…

    It seemed the quickest, kindest way was just to let it drown.
    So Pat and Jill got in the car and headed off to town.

    While in town they did some shopping, ate some food, and saw a friend,
    and they spent a perfect evening till the evening had to end.

    Finally, pulling in the driveway, Jill remarked to Pat, she said,
    "We’d better throw that rat away. Poor thing, by now it’s dead."

    With a baggie and a flashlight to complete the grisly chore
    they headed for the corner to behold the scene once more.

    There they stood transfixed, astonished — so ridiculous the pose —
    for the rat had stretched to fullness and stood hard upon its toes,
    while protruding from the water was its pink and breathing nose.

    It was such a touching spectacle, it almost made them cry:
    the saga of the valiant rat who didn’t want to die.

    Then they both spoke up together, "Take the rat and let him go,
    for the rat has won its freedom!" Having said, they made it so.

    Now they say that rat is breathing, ah, much easier these days.
    And the moral of the story is that perseverance pays.

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