Treasure Island

miss lavender


Getting Slowly to It


Getting slowly to it

I saw her calling loudly

Mother! mother! i can't bear it

Is it walking so closely

Your voice has gone away

Lost in the world and astray

Mother! mother! i can't bear it

Is it walking so closely

You promised to take me

Didn't that seem noisy

Mother! mother! i can't bear it

Is it walking so closely

Let me cling to my old toy

With a heart leaping with joy

Mother! mother! i can't bear it

Is it walking so closely


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Submitted: Sunday, September 07, 2008
Edited: Sunday, September 07, 2008

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