A Poem by John Godfrey Saxe

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I saw this beautiful poem of John Godfrey Saxe and thought of sharing it with you.

Today is Friday the 13th, and there are lots of superstitions related to the date. Just wondering how unfortunate that to be, to mark a date as unlucky!

Interestingly enough, In 1882, a poem called “The Good Dog of Brette,” was published by poet John Godfrey Saxe. The story goes that a poodle roamed the city with a basket collecting donations he brought home to his blind master. And, on a Friday, a cruel butcher chops off the poor dogs tail!!

Well, all kinds make the world!

Have a great weekend and may only good luck reign in your lives, Friday or not!


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