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The Little Boy's Good Night Post by :rjs11379 Category :Poems Author :Eliza Lee Cabot Follen Date :May 2011 Read :3098

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The Little Boy's Good Night

The sun is hidden from our sight,
The birds are sleeping sound;
'Tis time to say to all "Good night,"
And give a kiss all round.

II.

Good night, my father, mother dear;
Now kiss your little son;
Good night, my friends both far and near,
Good night to every one.

III.

Good night, ye merry, merry birds;
Sleep well till morning light;
I wish I understood your words;
Perhaps you sing, Good night.

IV.

To all my pretty flowers, good night;
You blossom while I sleep,
And all the stars that shine so bright
With you their watches keep.

V.

Good night, Miss Puss; mind what I say,
And tell it to your kittens;
When you with little children play,
Put on your softest mittens.

VI.

Come here, my little Fido, too;
You always do what's right;
I wish I was as good as you;
My doggie dear, good night.

VII.

The moon is lighting up the skies
The stars are sparkling there;
'Tis time to shut our weary eyes,
And say an evening prayer.


(The end)
Eliza Lee Cabot Follen's poem: Little Boy's Good Night

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