Birds in the hand
Or in the bush Are of a feather
The curious cat When away May find itself Belled, or out of All nine lives Or skinned in more ways than one. Or it may get let Out of the bag Rain down with dogs Make copies Play cat and mouse And finally (Finale!) Swallow the canary. Dog Days
You can't teach an old dog To lie in a manger, But if it's sleeping You can let it lie Or lie with it And get up with fleas. Hair of dog helps When you're sick as a Or going to the Or when doggone dogmatists Doggedly dog your steps. But even when Being the underdog, In this dog-eat-dog Dog's life, Gives you that hangdog look, Take heart, You'll have your day.
If money is the root of all evil Surely it should grow on trees. If you've got good money To burn Or flush down the toilet Or throw after bad, Take your time, Since that's money too-- Unless you're a fool In which case, Spend it immediately, Now! Today! Starstruck
Hoping to strike it rich,
People Who Live
They see your house
Roses are rose Violets are violet. Roses and violets
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