A poem about noses out of joint.
Be led by truth, / And in your youth / Be sure how you begin.
A poem by Margaret E. Sangster about robins and unfinished food.
“We find the best charm of the beautiful spring-time, / And welcome the touch of the sweet-scented breeze.”
On the “dainty weee blue flowers” that serve as “gentle messengers of spring”
A poem by the elder Oliver Wendell Holmes.
A poem within a short story.
“A gentleman, dears, in the coming years, / And at present a boy for me.”
“Fradie-cat! Fradie-cat!” (A children’s poem and short author biography.)
“Then close to the organ stealing, / With awe-struck eyes they gaze / At the player, and listen mutely / To the deep clear notes of praise.”
“A delightful occupation that will grow dearer to your heart every day of your life.”
“Fast asleep fell Madeline, / Fairy-book held in one hand, / In the other slice of cake”
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