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When to warm his cold fingers, man blew,
And again, but to cool the hot stew;
Simple Satyr, unused
To man’s ways, felt confused,
When the same mouth blew hot and cold too.

This is taken from W. J. Linton’s “Baby’s Own Aesop,” with illustrations by Walter Crane (1887.)

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