Pakrat Bill - Book Summary “Every place where I have been, I pack it there and back again.” Sang Pakrat Bill, as he went about his chores. And, of course, that is exactly true, for that is what Pakrats actually do. “A pin, a pen, a key, two rings, oh, so many useful things. Lost things, tossed things, pitched things, gold things! If it sparkles or shines, or is useful somehow, I will surely find use for it, then, if not now! With some this, and some that, and some less, and some more, I will pack it all back to my house, all to store.” “Into my sack” he says with a smile, and that sack grows much heavier after a while. Then, he is off to his house with all of his treasure, to count and inspect it, after a warm bath, at his leisure. A tired-tail and the sack make for a long way. And I would gather a bet, if after a long day, If you had a tail, it would feel just “that” way. A little bit “draggy”, a bit of a bore, As it just trails behind you, flap-flap on the floor!
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