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Sun, 24 Apr 2011
Two lovely little rhymes from DMG Howell, The Lupin and the Ladybird - The Hospitable Elf

The Lupin said to a LadybirdDiddilydeedot's Dream Land

Two lovely little Rhymes from
D. M. G Howell

THE LADYBIRD

A Lupin said to a Ladybird -
"Don't put on airs - it's too absurd
When you're nothing but an insect!
I am a flower of stately mien -
Above small plants I tower - a queen."

Ladybird with
the Lupin

"That may be true," the insect said ;
"But children love my wings of red.
Truly, I have no airs absurd,
I know I'm only a Ladybird,
And nothing but an insect."



The hot sun rose at break of day.
The Lupin died and withered away.

The Ladybird flitted the hot hours through,
A joy to me - a joy to you.
Diddily calls them
Ladybugs :)( Though nothing but an insect! )



Rhyme 2

Elf with an Umbrella
THE HOSPITABLE ELF

I met an elf one morning in a heavy shower of rain,
He took me to his little house of grass and stalks of grain;
He gave me honey-bread to eat,
A purse of fairy gold,
Buckles for my shoes so neat,
A cap with tassels bold.

When the shower was over, the sun shone out once more,Cup of Blackberry Tea
As I thanked the little elf, he bowed me from the door.
Should he come to visit me
In any kind of weather,
I'll give him sugar in his tea
And boots of patent leather.


Posted 10:16

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