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Copyright, 1916, by Sara Norton
This Book is sold for the benefit of
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
FROM THE FAMILY OF
NOVEMBER 16, 1927
Printed at The Merrymount Press, Boston, U. S. A.
To MOTHER GOOSE
It was you who suggested these Rhymes, Mother
Goose, And to you I must offer some kind of excuse For turning and twisting your words to my use.
The faet is, our life is so full of the things Which out of the past, to the present one brings, - Between what we had and we have, how one
That your rhymes live in mind. If I use them to-day To point out a moral, and you smile at the way, Ask others to smile — and to ponder, I pray.