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Do You Guess It Is I? Post by :winfordg Category :Poems Author :Eliza Lee Cabot Follen Date :May 2011 Read :2205

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Do You Guess It Is I?

I.

I am a little thing;
I am not very high;
I laugh, dance and sing,
And sometimes I cry.

II.

I have a little head
All covered o'er with hair,
And I hear what is said
With my two ears there.

III.

On my two feet I walk;
I run too with ease;
With my little tongue I talk
Just as much as I please.

IV.

I have ten fingers too,
And just so many toes;
Two eyes to see through,
And but one little nose.

V.

I've a mouth full of teeth,
Where my bread and milk go in;
And close by, underneath,
Is my little round chin.

VI.

What is this little thing,
Not very, very high,
That can laugh, dance, and sing?
Do you guess it is I?


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Eliza Lee Cabot Follen's poem: Do You Guess It Is I?

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