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Seite 30 - A boy who always told the truth, And never, never told a lie. And when he trotted off to school, The children all about would cry, " There goes the curly-headed boy — The boy that never tells a lie.
Seite 38 - I AM coming, little maiden ! With the pleasant sunshine laden ; With the honey for the bee ; With the blossom for the tree ; With the flower and with the leaf; Till I come the time is brief. I am coming, I am coming ! Hark, the little bee is humming ; See, the lark is soaring high In the bright and sunny sky ; And the gnats are on the wing ; Little maiden, now is spring ! See the yellow catkins cover All the slender willows over ; And on mossy banks...
Seite 18 - THE baby wept ; The mother took it from the nurse's arms, And soothed its grief, and stilled its vain alarms, And baby slept. Again it weeps ; And God doth take it from the mother's arms, From present pain, and future unknown harms, And baby sleeps.
Seite 27 - A LITTLE bird built a warm nest in a tree, And laid some blue eggs in it, one, two, and three, And then very glad and delighted was she. So, after a while, but how long I can't tell, The little ones crept, one by one, from the shell ; And their mother was pleased, and she loved them well. She spread her soft wings on them all the day long, To warm and to guard them, her love was so strong ; And her mate sat beside her and sung her a song.