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Published by Scuppernong Press in Wake Forest, NC .
Written in English


  • American poetry -- 21st century.

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by Wanda Wade Mukherjee.
ContributionsMukherjee, Wanda Wade.
LC ClassificationsPS617 .G37 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination83 p. :
Number of Pages83
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17890026M
ISBN 100970172672
LC Control Number2006278393

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Included here are selections from A Child's Garden of Verses, a collection of poetry by Robert Louis Stevenson originally published in Source: Stevenson, R.L. ().A Child’s Garden of & Schuster Children’s. At the Sea-Side A child digs holes at the edge of the sea. You can submit your garden poems to the webmaster. Prayer in a Garden Today the world seemed cruel, but evening hours Were filled with perfume from forgotten flowers. I saw again familiar filigree Of moonlight through my lacy Lilac tree; I heard the robins stirring in their nest; And saw the path that fairy feet had pressed; Reflected stars were in my garden pool; On my warm face the breeze. Gardening Jokes, Quotes and Garden Poems There are gardening jokes here to make you smile. There are gardening quotes to warm your heart and the garden poems range from witty to wonderous. Many of these items have been sent in by readers and it would be fantastic to read something that YOU sent in! I grew that garden, I planted flowers every where I made that garden, With little gnomes here and there. But as I grow old, So does my secret place. Flowers withered, Weeds grow Gone is the jackdaw, Gone is the crow. This was my secret garden, I played here as I child, But now as I stare Over my secret garden, I only hope one day, Another child 4/5.