Louisa May Alcott

(29 November 1832 – 6 March 1888 / Pennsylvania / United States)

Louisa May Alcott Poems

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  • roberta mclauchlin (6/5/2018 12:56:00 PM)

    was there a real Laurie (the boy next door) in Louisas life?

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  • Alex H Hammon (1/16/2018 3:41:00 PM)

    She Is New It is like i Dont even know her so i am going to figure out about her

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  • Mike Monahan Mike Monahan (8/27/2012 12:25:00 PM)

    Love her poems! ! What a beautiful lady?

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    I gotta read her books. I'm in the middle of Little Women

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Best Poem of Louisa May Alcott

From The Short Story A Christmas Dream, And How It Came True

From our happy home
Through the world we roam
One week in all the year,
Making winter spring
With the joy we bring
For Christmas-tide is here.

Now the eastern star
Shines from afar
To light the poorest home;
Hearts warmer grow,
Gifts freely flow,
For Christmas-tide has come.

Now gay trees rise
Before young eyes,
Abloom with tempting cheer;
Blithe voices sing,
And blithe bells ring,
For Christmas-tide is here.

Oh, happy chime,
Oh, blessed time,
That draws us all so near!
"Welcome, dear day,"
All ...

Read the full of From The Short Story A Christmas Dream, And How It Came True

'The Frost-King' Song Ii

Brighter shone the golden shadows;
On the cool wind softly came
The low, sweet tones of happy flowers,
Singing little Violet's name.
'Mong the green trees was it whispered,
And the bright waves bore it on
To the lonely forest flowers,
Where the glad news had not gone.

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