Sarah Chauncey Woolsey

[Susan Coolidge] (1835 – 1905 / United States)

Sarah Chauncey Woolsey Poems

1. A Home 12/9/2017
2. How The Leaves Came Down 1/7/2015

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How The Leaves Came Down

'I'll tell you how the leaves came down,'
The great Tree to his children said:
'You're getting sleepy, Yellow and Brown,
Yes, very sleepy, little Red.
It is quite time to go to bed.'
'Ah!' begged each silly, pouting leaf,
'Let us a little longer stay;
Dear Father Tree, behold our grief!
'Tis such a very pleasant day,
We do not want to go away.'
So, for just one more merry day
To the great Tree the leaflets clung,
Frolicked and danced, and had their way,
Upon the autumn breezes swung,
Whispering all their sports among—
'Perhaps the great Tree will ...

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