Caw caw; or, the chronicle of crows / by RM
86 pages
English

Caw caw; or, the chronicle of crows / by RM

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' s S> - >-_> >--,> ? >>>>!> ja >,x >> />> _ ,' 2- X?. 1 < , of CrowdsTKe GKroititle 7 lateAGlp GRANTLONDON; & GRIFFITH. SUCCESSORS TO NEWBERY & HARRIS: 'THE CORNER OF S PAULS CHURCHYARD. WHAT HAPPENS IN SPRING WHEN THE LITTLE BIRDS SING. X LjS*' In the thus)time,merry spring says my song, VWhen the sun shines and thebright days grow long,| And the crocuses in andbrilliant, purple gold, inBloom in the numbers untold ;gardens When in the fields the grows green.grass are seenAnd a few lambs ;early inWhen daffodils gaudy gowns the verdant downs.Look upongay fair flowers of eachAnd spring degree In sheltered nook see,every you HOW MANY STICKS GO TO THE NEST OF A CROW. aUPON andbright sunny day The Crows to one-another \. 1say, CAW! CAW! our nestsnow let us build." each.beak is fill'dAway they fly: With little sticks ofbeechen wood, With which build their housesthey good: When all is with seedone, joy they The work of their community. S&ZS^ && JN^
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