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If ever a racket you're needing,
Or are longing to have a good time,
Just leave off all thinking and reading,
And purchase a bucket of lime.
Now mark off a court with precision,
Buy net and a racket and balls,
Then I leave you to make the decision,
That you've sport for the springs and the falls.
And then if you're wanting a player,
In order to make up a set,
Why tell me, and then I'll be there
To play on your side of the net.
Polly W., in Spectator.
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