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    YOUNG, and blithe, and gay; Slight, and small of limb; Busy, till the birds Sang their evening hymn; ...

    Article : 206 words
  3. Selected Poetry.

    I'M hastening from the distant hills With swift and noisy flowing, Nursed by a thousand tiny rills, I'm ever onward going. ...

    Article : 284 words
  4. The Storyteller.

    "WILL you come with me to Swallowford?" cries Mrs. Cherritops, pulling up to address me as I am going villagewards. "We have got news of Humphrey from Antwerp, and I must ...

    Article : 2,582 words
  5. Divers Ways.

    ADINE was a true bush woman in one respect. When the laughing-jackasses sang and shrieked and laughed and chattered their salutation to the day-break, Adiue got up and said her ...

    Article : 1,497 words
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