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Ode to the Disney Ducks By Carl Barks

They ride tall ships to the far away,

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and see the long ago. They walk where fabled people trod, and Yetis trod the snow.

They meet the folks who live on stars, and find them much like us, With food and love and happiness the things they most discuss.

The world is full of clans and cults abuzz as angry bees, And Junior Woodchucks snapping jeers at Littlest Chickadees.

The ducks show us that part of life

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is to forgive a slight. That black eyes given in revenge keep hatred burning bright.

So when our walks in sun or shade pass graveyards filled by wars, It's nice to stop and read of ducks whose battles leave no scars.

To read of ducks who parody our vain attempts at glory, They don't exist, but somehow leave us glad we bought their story.

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