In Childland Straying (Classic Reprint).
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (25 Aug. 2016)
By: Carrie Shaw Rice (Author)
My boy and girl, with cheeks as red As the sunset's rosiest hue.
Then, turning, I drew the table out, And laid on the snowy cloth, And smiled when I heard their ringing shout At sight of the steaming broth. A laugh, a rush of the frosty air, A hood and cap on the chairs, A boy and girl at the table there, As hungry as twenty bears.
They tell me a story of woe and wrong, Another of pleasant tricks Then how the teacher was all day long As cross as any two sticks. And were you good, my Susie and Jim P Oh, mamma, they cry, we were And what she easily proves by him He as readily proves by her.
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