The Tomahawk by Carolyn Wells

The Tomahawk’s a fearsome bird, we deem;
Though feathered tribes hold him in great esteem;
A bird of prey, he whizzes through the air,
And clutches his pale victim by the hair.
Gory and grewsome,–he is the mainstay
Of the historic novel of to-day.

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