Eleanor Farjeon


Eleanor Farjeon Poems

1. A Kitten 1/7/2015
2. Angelic Chorus 6/27/2014
3. Bad King John 6/27/2014
4. Bedtime 4/20/2015
5. Blind Alley 6/27/2014
6. Books 6/27/2014
7. Cat! 6/27/2014
8. Cats Sleep Anywhere 6/27/2014
9. Easter Monday 6/27/2014
10. In A Far Land Upon A Day 6/27/2014
11. It Was Long Ago 6/27/2014
12. Jessica Dances 12/25/2014
13. Little Christ Jesus 6/27/2014
14. Mary's Burden 6/27/2014
15. Morning Has Broken 6/27/2014
16. Nicholas 6/27/2014
17. Now Every Child 6/27/2014
18. Now That You Too 6/27/2014
19. Peace 6/27/2014
20. Poetry 6/27/2014
21. Rules 6/27/2014
22. Six Green Singers 6/27/2014
23. Some Time 6/27/2014
24. The Night Will Never Stay 6/27/2014
25. The Quarrel 6/27/2014
26. The Quarrel 6/27/2014
27. The Shepherd And The King 6/27/2014
28. The Sounds In The Evening 6/27/2014
29. The Week After 6/27/2014
30. The Witch 6/27/2014
31. There Isn'T Time 6/27/2014
32. Victoria 6/27/2014
33. W Is For Witch 6/27/2014
34. White Horses 6/27/2014

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Best Poem of Eleanor Farjeon

Cats Sleep Anywhere

Cats sleep, anywhere,
Any table, any chair
Top of piano, window-ledge,
In the middle, on the edge,
Open drawer, empty shoe,
Anybody's lap will do,
Fitted in a cardboard box,
In the cupboard, with your frocks-
Anywhere! They don't care!
Cats sleep anywhere.

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Mary's Burden

My Baby, my Burden,
Tomorrow the morn
I shall go lighter
And you will be born.

I shall go lighter,
But heavier too
For seeing the burden
That falls upon you.

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