Mary Botham Howitt

(1799-1888 / England)

Mary Botham Howitt Poems

1. Let Mammon's Sons With Visage Lean 9/28/2010
2. The Rose Of May 9/28/2010
3. The Unregarded Toils Of The Poor 9/28/2010
4. The Sea Fowler 9/28/2010
5. The Humming-Bird 9/28/2010
6. Religious Reflections On Winter: The Creator To Be Praised For All Things 9/28/2010
7. The Clock Is On The Stroke Of Six 9/28/2010
8. The Sunshine 9/28/2010
9. The Fossil Elephant 9/28/2010
10. The Wood-Mouse 9/28/2010
11. The Broom Flower 9/28/2010
12. The Sparrow's Nest 9/28/2010
13. The Old Man's Story 9/28/2010
14. Cowslips 9/28/2010
15. Coming Spring 9/28/2010
16. Summer Song Of The Strawberry-Girl 9/28/2010
17. The Spider And The Fly 9/28/2010
Best Poem of Mary Botham Howitt

The Spider And The Fly

Will you walk into my parlour?' said the Spider to the Fly,
'Tis the prettiest little parlour that ever you did spy;
The way into my parlour is up a winding stair,
And I've a many curious things to show when you are there.'
Oh no, no,' said the little Fly, 'to ask me is in vain,
For who goes up your winding stair can ne'er come down again.'

'I'm sure you must be weary, dear, with soaring up so high;
Will you rest upon my little bed?' said the Spider to the Fly.
'There are pretty curtains drawn around; the sheets are fine and thin,
And if you like to rest...

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The Broom Flower

Oh the Broom, the yellow Broom,
The ancient poet sung it,
And dear it is on summer days
To lie at rest among it.

I know the realms where people say
The flowers have not their fellow;
I know where they shine out like suns,
The crimson and the yellow.

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