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  • A Book of Nursery Songs and Rhymes  (1895)  by Sabine Baring-Gould 177136A Book of Nursery Songs and RhymesSabine Baring-Gould1895 This
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  • the Snow Song of the Pen 1918 The Army Mules Swinging the Lead Moving On 1919 Hawker, the Standard Bearer Cassidy's Epitaph Boots The Old Tin Hat The Quest
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  • bound Blossoms showring all around O how sick & weary I Underneath my mirtle lie Why should I be bound to thee 5 O my lovely mirtle tree
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  • murmuring cave. My voice thou hearest in the breaker's roar— That sound which never failed since time began, And first around the world the shining
    335 bytes (13,649 words) - 14:18, 9 October 2014
  • and his after–supper song. Excuse my dwelling on these melancholy recollections of departed worth; you won’t see a man like my uncle every day in the
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  • this felon with your hat." The Constable looked around, gasped, and, summoning all his courage, scooped up the Puddin' in his hat. "My word," he said, breathlessly
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  • comical and jocose a little fellow as ever chirped out a devil–may–care song, without a hitch in his memory, or drained off a good stiff glass without
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  • hurting your feelings yesterday, my faithful fellow, by what I said. Put down your hat, Sam, and let me explain my meaning, a little more at length.’
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  • makes them dance around, around, In elfin rings along the ground! Edith M. Thomas. The Holly. As dreaming by my fire I sat, I heard
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  • was a poultry-yard, and the real Vizier, after one careful look around, marshalled all his ladies into an inner enclosure. I have somewhere a book of that
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  • from an open shirt collar; and to contemplate the sugar–loaf hat, decorated with ribbons of all colours, which he was compelled to carry on his knee, inasmuch
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  • To think how I've fooled that corn.) But I'll hobble around all right. It isn't that, it's my face. Oh, I know I'm a hideous sight, Hardly a thing
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  • We are alone. SONG All suddenly the wind comes soft, And Spring is here again; And the hawthorn quickens with buds of green, And my heart with buds
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  • receiving it as a sceptre and staff of authority, cocked his three-cornered hat fiercely on the top of his head, and mounted a large table, whereon a chair
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  • divine of Kings to govern wrong."' Prompt at the call, around the Goddess roll Broad hats, and hoods, and caps, a sable shoal: Thick and more thick
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  • right, He turns around the tree, jumps, falls, climbs and falls again: He has no wings, and yet he is swift as a bird. Good luck, my badjing, I wish thee
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  • wood-chopper’s song, which he was endeavoring to breathe aloud; "that was the starving-time,[1] Cousin Bess. I grew as lank as a weasel that fall, and my face was
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  • Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman Song of Myself 1944Leaves of Grass — Song of MyselfWalt Whitman I celebrate myself, and sing myself, And
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  • that I am esteemed when I stand near my pillar. So listen to my admonition, Frits, and be good. Now get your hat and put your coat on, and go with me
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  • time of life was a perfect marvel to behold. Finding all remonstrances unavailing, Sam pulled his hat firmly on, threw his father’s coat over his arm, and
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