"Poor Little Tigger"

What shall we do about poor little tigger?
If he never eats nothing he'll never get bigger
He doesn't like honey, or haycorns and thistles
Because of the taste and because of the bristles
And all the good things that an animal likes
Have the wrong sort of swallow or too many spikes
But whatever his weight in pounds, shillings and ounces
He always seems bigger because of his bounces

Author: A.A.Milne
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