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  • Why could he not come to dwell in her lovely, mushy-squshy, wady-shady swamp?

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • Now one day Mr. Stork came flying over the mushy-squshy, wady-shady swamp where the Heron lived, and he too saw the reflection in the water.

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • I to give up my comfortable home on the house-top, close by the warm chimney, and go to live in that disgusting mushy-squshy bog of yours!

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • There was once a Heron, a pretty, long-legged, slender lady Heron, who lived in the mushy-squshy, wady-shady swamp.

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • Presently, once more he came flapping to the mushy-squshy marsh, where he found Miss Heron just ready to go to sleep.

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • Be off, I say, to your mushy-squshy, rheumaticky bog.

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • And how lonesome she must be there all by herself in such a nasty, moist, mushy-squshy old swamp!

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • "Come, Storkie dear," she said in her sweetest tone, "come home to your dear wife's house in the wady-shady, mushy-squshy marsh, and I will be good."

    The Curious Book of Birds

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