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Under the Window Pictures & Rhymes for Children   By: (1846-1901)

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UNDER THE WINDOW by

KATE GREENAWAY

UNDER THE WINDOW

Pictures & Rhymes for Children

by

KATE GREENAWAY

London Frederick Warne & Co. Ltd. & New York

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Printed in Great Britain

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Under the window is my garden, Where sweet, sweet flowers grow 13

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Will you be my little wife, If I ask you? Do! 14

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You see, merry Phillis, that dear little maid, Has invited Belinda to tea 15

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Three tabbies took out their cats to tea, As well behaved tabbies as well could be 16

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Little Fanny wears a hat Like her ancient Grannie 17

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"Margery Brown, on the top of the hill, Why are you standing idle still?" 18

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Little wind, blow on the hill top, Little wind, blow down the plain 19

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Indeed, it is true, it is perfectly true; Believe me, indeed, I am playing no tricks 20

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School is over, Oh, what fun! 21

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"Little Polly, will you go a walking to day?" "Indeed Little Susan, I will, if I may." 22

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I was walking up the street, The steeple bells were ringing 23

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Five little sisters walking in a row: Now, isn't that the best way for little girls to go? 24

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In go cart so tiny My sister I drew 25

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Some geese went out a walking, To breakfast and to dine 26

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You are going out to tea to day, So mind how you behave 27

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Poor Dicky's dead! The bell we toll, And lay him in the deep, dark hole 28

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Up you go, shuttlecocks, ever so high! Why come you down again, shuttlecocks why? 29

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Tommy was a silly boy, "I can fly," he said 30

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Higgledy, piggledy, see how they run! Hopperty, popperty! what is the fun? 31

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Which is the way to Somewhere Town? Oh, up in the morning early 32

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The boat sails away, like a bird on the wing, And the little boys dance on the sands in a ring 33

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Pipe thee high, and pipe thee low, Let the little feet go faster 34

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Polly's, Peg's, and Poppety's Mamma was kind and good 35

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Bowl away! bowl away! Fast as you can 36

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"For what are you longing, you three little boys? Or what would you like to eat? 37

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O ring the bells! O ring the bells! We bid you, sirs, good morning 38

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Then ring the bells! then ring the bells! For this fair time of Maying 39

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I saw a ship that sailed the sea, It left me as the sun went down 40

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Yes, that's the girl that struts about, She's very proud so very proud! 41

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It was Tommy who said, "The sweet spring time is come 42

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"Shall I sing?" says the Lark, "Shall I bloom?" says the Flower 43

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Little Miss Patty and Master Paul Have found two snails on the garden wall 44

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Yes, it is sad of them, Shocking to me 45

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Now, all of you, give heed unto The tale I now relate 46

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What is Tommy running for, Running for, running for? 47

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A butcher's boy met a baker's boy (It was all of a summer day) 48

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The twelve Miss Pelicoes Were twelve sweet little girls 49

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Little baby, if I threw This fair blossom down to you 50

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The finest, biggest fish, you see, Will be the trout that's caught by me 51

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Prince Finikin and his mamma Sat sipping their bohea 52

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Heigh ho! time creeps but slow: I've looked up the hill so long 53

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My house is red a little house, A happy child am I 54

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Three little girls were sitting on a rail, Sitting on a rail, sitting on a rail 55

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Ring the bells ring! Hip, hurrah for the King! 56

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UNDER THE WINDOW

Under the window is my garden, Where sweet, sweet flowers grow; And in the pear tree dwells a robin, The dearest bird I know... Continue reading book >>




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