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Kitty In The Basket Post by :kadmon Category :Poems Author :Eliza Lee Cabot Follen Date :May 2011 Read :2301

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Kitty In The Basket

"Where is my little basket gone?"
Said Charlie boy one day;
"I guess some little boy or girl
Has taken it away."

"And Kitty too, I can't find her;
O, dear! what shall I do?
I wish I could my basket find,
And little Kitty too."

"I'll go to mother's room and look;
Perhaps she may be there,
For Kitty loves to take a nap
In mother's easy chair."

"O mother! mother! come and look!
See what a little heap!
My Kitty's in the basket here,
All cuddled down to sleep."

He took the basket carefully,
And brought it in a minute,
And showed it to his mother dear,
With little Kitty in it.

(The end)
Eliza Lee Cabot Follen's poem: Kitty In The Basket

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