Theodore Tilton

(1835 - 1907 / New York City / United States)

Theodore Tilton Poems

1. A Rhyme For Children. 1/6/2015

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A Rhyme For Children.

Baby Bye,
Here's a Fly:
Let us watch him, you and I.
How he crawls
Up the walls -
Yet he never falls!
I believe, with those six legs,
You and I could walk on eggs!
There he goes,
On his toes,
Tickling Baby's nose!

II.
Spots of red
Dot his head:
Rainbows on his wings are spread!
That small speck
Is his neck;
See him nod and beck!
I can show you, if you choose,
Where to look to find his shoes:
Three small pairs
Made of hairs -
These he always wears,

III.
Black and brown
Is his gown;
He can wear it upside ...

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