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" Here we sit in a branchy row. Thinking of beautiful things we know; Dreaming of deeds that we mean to do, All complete, in a minute or two — Something noble and grand and good, Won by merely wishing we could. "
The Jungle Book - Page 91
by Rudyard Kipling - 1920 - 303 pages
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The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling ...: The jungle book

Rudyard Kipling - English literature - 1897
...shape of a Cupid's bow ? Now you're angry, but — never mind, Brother, thy tail hangs dawn behind ! Here we sit in a branchy row, Thinking of beautiful...Now we're going to — never mind, Brother, thy tail bangs down behind! All the talk we ever have heard Uttered by bat or beast or bird — Hide or fin...
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The Charities Review, Volume 6

Charities - 1897
...charitable intentions as in themselves peculiarly lofty and unselfish, has retarded charitable progress. If Dreaming of deeds that we mean to do, All complete,...and grand and good, Won by merely wishing we could — if this is charity, why worry to study and experiment and compare? Why, indeed, should we strive...
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Directory and Annual Report, Volume 4

Colorado Bar Association - Bar associations - 1901
...them so long, I think, as I may live; but too often they remind me of that song of the Bandar Log : "Here we sit in a branchy row Thinking of beautiful things we know — Things that are wonderful, great and good — Won by simply wishing we could. Now we are going...
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Talks about Authors and Their Work

Ella Reeve Ware - Authors, American - 1899 - 230 pages
...the way the Bandarlog people were supposed to talk to each other of the great things they would do: "Here we sit in a branchy row, Thinking of beautiful...never mind, Brother, thy tail hangs down behind." These Bandarlog people did not recognize the "Laws of the Jungle," and so old Kaa squeezed them to...
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The jungle book

Rudyard Kipling - 1899
...shape of a Cupid's bow ? Now you're angry, but — never mind, Brot her, thy tail hangs dnoa h timid! Here we sit in a branchy row, Thinking of beautiful...going to — never mind, Brother, thy tail hangs down hehind ! All the talk we ever have heard Uttered by hat or beast or bird — Hide or fin or scale or...
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The Stomatologist, Volume 7

Dentistry - 1903
...keep in, what for want of a more accurate description I will call my mind, was this little jingle: " Here we sit in a branchy row Thinking of beautiful...or two— Something noble and grand and good Won by simply wishing we could." You have no idea how much this rhyme annoyed me, for I could not place where...
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Bill's School and Mine: A Collection of Essays on Education

William Suddards Franklin - Education - 1913 - 98 pages
...of deeds we mean to do, All complete in a minute or two — Something noble and grand and good, Done by merely wishing we could. Now we're going to— never mind — Brother, thy tail hangs down behind I All the talk we ever have heard Uttered by bat, or beast, or bird — Hide or scale or skin or feather...
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Bill's school and mine: a collection of essays on education

William Suddards Franklin - Education - 1913 - 98 pages
...shape of a cupid's bow ? Now you're angry, but — never mind — Brother, thy tail hangs down behind! Here we sit in a branchy row, Thinking of beautiful things we know; Dreaming of deeds we mean to do, All complete in a minute or two — Something noble and grand and good, Done by merely...
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Rudyard Kipling's Verse

Rudyard Kipling - 1919 - 787 pages
...pranceful bands? Don't you wish you had extra hands? Wouldn't you like if your tails were — so — Here we sit in a branchy row, Thinking of beautiful...— never mind, Brother* thy tail hangs down behind f All the talk we ever have heard Uttered by bat or beast or bird — Hide or fin or scale or feather...
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Rudyard Kipling's Verse

Rudyard Kipling - 1919 - 783 pages
...the jealous moon! Don't you wish you had extra hands? Wouldn't you like if your tails were—so— Here we sit in a branchy row, Thinking of beautiful...good, Won by merely wishing we could. Now we're going to—never mind, Brother, thy tail hangs down behind ! All the talk we ever have heard Uttered by bat...
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