Little Girl to Her Flowers
This is a small volume with short poems about flowers. Listeners may wish to refer to the online text, which includes very neat illustrations.
First Page:A LITTLE GIRL TO HER FLOWERS. IN VERSE.
ILLUSTRATED BY ENGRAVINGS.
London: PRINTED FOR HARVEY AND DARTON, GRACECHURCH STREET. 1828.
Price 1 s. 6 d. coloured.
This little Daisy we all love, Because it seems to say, "I'm come to tell good girls and boys, That Winter's gone away."
There is another flower, too, I dearly love to see; The little Snowdrop, peeping through The frozen ground at me.
This is a pretty Primrose, In shady lanes it grows; And early in the pleasant spring, In gardens too it blows.
Here is a formal Daffodil, Though common, yet a favourite still; It seems such joyous news to bring, As harbinger of pleasant Spring.
Oh, beauteous, little May blossom, I am rejoiced that you are come, To smile upon us once again, After the winter's snow and rain.
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