A Book of Dakota Rhymes

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Educator School Supply Company, 1898 - 175 ページ
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21 ページ - Rockabye Baby, on the tree top, When the wind blows the cradle will rock, When the bough breaks the cradle will fall, Down will come baby, cradle and all.
151 ページ - And well they know the way; The dim trail, the grim trail. The trail of toil and fray. With tattered guidons spectral thin Above their swaying ranks. With carbines swung and sabres slung And the gray dust on their flanks. They march again as they marched it then When the red men dogged their track, The gloom trail, the doom trail, The trail they came not back. They pass, like a flutter of drifting fog, As the hostile tribes have passed, As the wild-wing'd birds and the bison herds And the unfenced...
172 ページ - A little more tired at close of day, A little less anxious to have our way, A little less ready to scold and blame, A little more care for a brother's name, And so, we are nearing the journey's end, Where time and eternity meet and blend.
129 ページ - SWEET, thou hast trod on a heart. Pass ; there's a world full of men ; And women as fair as thou art Must do such things now and then. Thou only hast stepped unaware, — Malice, not one can impute ; And why should a heart have been there In the way of a fair woman's foot...
172 ページ - And so we are folding our tents away And passing in silence at close of day. A little more leisure to sit and dream, A little more real the things unseen; A little nearer to those ahead, With visions of those long loved and dead; And so we are going where all must go, To the place the living may never know. A little more laughter, a few more tears, And we shall have told our increasing years.
22 ページ - Hey, diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon. The little dog laughed to see such sport, And the dish ran away with the spoon!
172 ページ - A little leas zeal for established truth, A little more charity in our views, A little less thirst for the daily news, And so, we are folding our tents away, And passing in silence, at close of day. A little more leisure to sit and dream, A little more real the things unseen, A little nearer to those ahead...
172 ページ - That leads to the gates of a better day. A little more love for the friends of youth. A little less zeal for established truth, A little more charity in our views, A little less thirst for the daily news, And so, we are folding our tents away, And passing in silence, at close of day.
147 ページ - The camp's asleep and thro' the gloom, The white-topped wagons spectral loom; And weird the lonesome coyotes call, And quiet stars stand watch o'er all. The fire's down— the shadows creep, Their work is done— the camp's asleep.
71 ページ - Joe kep' on the track, Follered her round ary place she 'ud go; I offered to lick him. Says she: " It's a treat; Le's watch an' fin' out what the poor critter'll do." Watched him, believin' the thing 'uz all right — That identical gal is Joe's widder to-night.

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