Collected poems, 1901-1918 (Vol. 2)/Mima

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MIMA

 
JEMIMA is my name,
But oh, I have another:
My father always calls me Meg,
And so do Bob and mother;
Only my sister, jealous of
The strands of my bright hair,
"Jemima — Mima — Mima!"
Calls, mocking, up the stair.


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