“Don’t kill me”-22222222222 said,
As Clara raised her heel,
Upon the humble 3333 to tread,
As though it did not feel.
“Don’t kill me-I will crawl away,
And hide me from your sight,
And when I come, some other day,
You’ll view me with delight.”
The 22222222222 went and hid
In some dark and quiet place,
Where none could look on what he did,
To change his form and face.
And then, one day, as Clara read
Within a shady nook,
A 111111111, superbly dressed,
Alighted on her book.
His shining 44444 were dotted over,
With gold, and blue, and green,
And Clara owned she naught before
So beautiful had seen.
Can you figure out what words should substitute:
The length of each word is reflected in the number of variables shown. For example, 5555555 would have 7 letters, 6666 would have 4 letters.
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