Diddily Dee Dot's Dreamland for Children Everywhere
Thu, 16 Jul 2009
The Rhymes and Jingles of Mary Mapes Dodge, come on in and enjoy them all. xxx
FEATHERS Little white
Filling the air -
How come ye
"We come from the
Sailing so high;
They're shaking their white
Up in the sky."
How swift you
O love you
We have work to do;
But hold up your
And we'll kiss you
THE GOOD LITTLE
Oh, where are all the good little
Where are they all today?
are all the good little boys?
Tell me, somebody,
Safe in their father's and mother's
The girls are stowed away;
the girls are, look for the boys -
Or so I've
heard folk say.
THE THREE OLD LADIES
I never cease to amaze myself.
I have just looked at my two pages, being as the
jokes are three lines into one, a bit difficult to
blog. but there ok. So then I do this one, about
Mary Mapes Dodge, an American lady from the 1870's
and I love it, just bringing to life my old rhymes
from long ago. Wonderful hobby this all you
Grandma's out there. Given me a new lease of life
that's for certain. Diddilydeedot's Dreamland.
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