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Snowflakes Snowflakes

Snowflakes
The fairies called snowflakes all dressed up in white, They went to the dance, and were dancing all night. And now they lie tired sleep chanced to o'ertake them. Step lightly, speak softly, take care not to wake them!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Snowflakes... Poems - Post by : jaepee - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 3573

The Gymnastic Clock The Gymnastic Clock

The Gymnastic Clock
The little clock is friends with me, It talks as plain as plain can be, And says, each morning as it rises, "Now, don't forget your exercises! Both hands above your head, you know! Then lower them very slowly, so; Ho, don't get tired and stop, that way! I exercise like this, all day!" Right in its face then, I say, "Pooh! I wouldn't boast of it, like you, But I can swing my arms 'round, too!" And so the clock then looks at me, And I look back,... Poems - Post by : Rod_Larkins - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 12398

My Mother's Garden Is The Sea-- My Mother's Garden Is The Sea--

My Mother's Garden Is The Sea--
My mother's garden is the sea If it is viewed aright. The sweet alyssum borders are The ocean's breakers white; The butterflies and humming-birds Are sea-gulls flying o'er; And in our gravel garden path I pace a foreign shore!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: My Mother's Garden Is The Sea--... Poems - Post by : Proud_Finishes - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 866

The Sorrows Of A Seamstress The Sorrows Of A Seamstress

The Sorrows Of A Seamstress
I'm learning to sew; I'm basting And hemming, and all that. But I wish that the eye were bigger Or the thread not quite so fat!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Sorrows Of A Seamstress... Poems - Post by : ecdaddy - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 3468

The Saturdays' Party In Fairyland The Saturdays' Party In Fairyland

The Saturdays' Party In Fairyland
All the Saturdays met one day (Each was very polite, they say), They shook each other by the hand, And had a party in Fairyland! They wouldn't let any Monday in, And not one Tuesday at all could win Her way past the supercilious crowd! And Wednesdays--why, they weren't allowed! Thursdays could only stand in the street And look through the door at the things to eat! And the Fridays and Sundays pretended they Didn't like parties, anyway! But the Saturdays had the greatest fun! They played "Hop-scotch"... Poems - Post by : watchman - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 2572

The Present The Present

The Present
The sky is like a Christmas tree, The burning stars its candles be; The moon's a bulky gift and odd, Marked, "To the World, With Love, From God."(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Present... Poems - Post by : Stanley - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 1355

The Lonesomest Fairy The Lonesomest Fairy

The Lonesomest Fairy
There's a dewdrop shining bright On the grass by the sun undried, It's a tear that fell in the night When the lonesomest fairy cried.(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Lonesomest Fairy... Poems - Post by : thekid - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 3474

The Homesick Star The Homesick Star

The Homesick Star
The candle stood beside my bed And dropped a little tear; I sat up, shivering, and said, "I know you're lonesome here; "You'd rather have the sky than me; You've been too kind by far To say so. Now I've guessed, you see, That you're a homesick star! "I'll send you home again, for I Was homesick once, and know; And when you're safely in the sky And I am here below, "Then don't forget me, candle,... Poems - Post by : lcbhd - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 2903

Conversation Conversation

Conversation
In proper sentences of purr And monosyllables of mews When I have told my news to her, My kitten tells me kitten news.(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Conversation... Poems - Post by : Declan - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 2273

The Clock That Autumn Winds The Clock That Autumn Winds

The Clock That Autumn Winds
School is like a clock that stops In vacation time. --Tick, tock; tick, tock-- A sing-song rhyme. Every school day is a minute. This clock has long minutes in it! In vacation time it stops! Not a sound at all!-- Not a tick, not a tock! --Hanging on the wall Waits the clock until Fall finds it, Stands upon a chair and winds it!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Clock That Autumn Winds... Poems - Post by : sukeberon - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 805

The Party Dress The Party Dress

The Party Dress
All year long the timid maple has been dressed in prim and sober Little plain utilitarian gowns of quiet tints of green; But Spring is gone, and Summer's past, and now that it's October The modest little maple tree is costumed like a queen. Just look now, through our window, and I'm sure that you'll agree That her party dress is pretty as a party dress can be!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Party Dress... Poems - Post by : JPatrick - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 3330

If I Were Santa's Little Boy If I Were Santa's Little Boy

If I Were Santa's Little Boy
If I were Santa's little boy (If there's a family Of Santa Clauses in the sky Or where their home may be), If I were Santa's oldest son (I only hope that he has one!) And my papa should say to me, "What Christmas present, son, would be The very thing you'd like to see Within your stocking Christmas Day?" I wouldn't stop to think, (would you?) But say, "I want to drive the sleigh!" And then when Christmas Week had come, At... Poems - Post by : pennyebook - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 3592

Our Share Our Share

Our Share
Babies of Alaska, babies of Japan, Babies born to beads, or silk, or fez, or fur, or fan, None of all the babies that are toddling anywhere Is half so sweet a baby as the baby that's our share!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Our Share... Poems - Post by : Dan_Kelly - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 3087

Princes Princes

Princes
Cinderella sitting in her dingy chimney corner, Delving in the ashes, with the smoke upon her eyes, With pots and kettles waiting, all her kinfolk by to scorn her, Longed perhaps to meet a prince, handsome, young, and wise. Maybe Sleeping Beauty on her couch within the castle, While her golden hair crept down to touch her silent feet, Dreamed about a rider with a scarlet cap and tassel Who would hack away the hedge and cry, "Awaken, sweet!" While I'm washing dishes, or scraping... Poems - Post by : skedadle - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 2932

The Littlest Cloud The Littlest Cloud

The Littlest Cloud
O littlest cloud in all the blue, Don't go so fast, for, see, I'm just about the size of you! Come down and play with me! But oh, if that's the only way-- To come in raindrops, why, I'll stay here by myself and play! I wouldn't have you cry!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Littlest Cloud... Poems - Post by : E-Bookbiz4u - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 3627

The Duel The Duel

The Duel
Once a blotter met a blot In a still, secluded spot. Here's the blotter, brave to see; But the blot--Oh is he?(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Duel... Poems - Post by : bfontenot - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 2667

Dryad Dryad

Dryad
Dryad, hidden in this tree! Break your bonds and talk to me! No one's watching, only peep From your cave! The town's asleep! No one knows I stand here, so Come! for they will never know! Tell me what you think of here When the moon is sharp and clear, When the clouds are over you, When the ground is wet with dew. Dryad, are you happy, say! Do you like to live this way? I will keep your secrets well, I will never, never tell! Dryad,... Poems - Post by : PEnglish - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 3414

If A Star-- If A Star--

If A Star--
If a star were to say "I will stay And watch Dawn bring the day,"-- If a star were so bold Would the Moon-Mother old Let it stay in the sky? --Try, star, try!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: If A Star--... Poems - Post by : best4you - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 992

The Corn The Corn

The Corn
The corn's like soldiers in a row. We'll stop and cheer them. Let's! The tassels are their waving flags; The leaves their bayonets. They march to meet King Frost, their foe, The fight will soon begin. King Frost will conquer them, I know-- But oh, if they could win!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Corn... Poems - Post by : Victoria79 - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 1020

The Day Before April The Day Before April

The Day Before April
No, little brown bird, go away, I have no time to dream to-day, I must do certain things, you see. I know not why, but it must be! Here I must study foolish books, And not guess how the lilac looks! Hush, little bird, and do not sing! I have no time to play with Spring!(The end)Mary Carolyn Davies's poem: Day Before April... Poems - Post by : The_Anik - Date : October 2011 - Author : Mary Carolyn Davies - Read : 3013