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A-Shelling Peas

Rating: 3.1

Now, all the world is green and bright
Outside the latticed pane;
The fields are decked with gold and white,
And Spring has come again.
But though the world be fair without,
With flow'rs and waving trees,
'Tis pleasanter to be about
Where Nell's a-shelling peas.

Her eyes are blue as cloudless skies,

And dimples deck her cheeks;
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Paul Buttigieg 27 May 2007

A Brilliant poem and a brilliant love of Nell

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