<poem> Gladys was —- in school —- a small, quiet town —- England. She was sixteen years old, and her father and mother were poor, and they all lived —- a very small house. Maisie was Gladys's friend. She went —- that school as well. Gladys said, “Maisie, I'm going to find a very rich man and I'm going to marry him. Then I'm going to have a beautiful house —- a large garden, and a lot —- clothes, and a lot —- money.” Maisie smiled and said —- her, “Where are you going to find a very rich man, Gladys? There aren't any —- our town.” But Gladys was a very pretty girl. Her eyes were blue, and her hair was black and soft. She went —- London, and then she went —- America. She found a tall, very rich man there, and she married him. She was twenty-two years old then. Then she and her husband went —- England. They arrived —- Gladys's old house, and Maisie came there. Gladys said, “I'm married —- a very rich man, Maisie, and I've got a beautiful house —- a large garden and four gardeners. And I've bought a lot —- clothes and I have money as well. My husband's got a plane too, and he flies —- it!” Maisie said, “A lot —- people have got planes and fly —- them, Gladys.” “—- their house?” Gladys asked —- her friend.
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