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Children, Children, Don't Forget

Dora Owen

Children, children, don't forget
There are elves and fairies yet;
Where the knotty hawthorn grows
Look for prints of fairy toes.
Where the grassy rings are green
Moonlight dances shall be seen.
Watch and wait, O lucky you,

If you find a fairy shoe:
For a ransom he will pay,
Hobbling barefoot all the day,
Lay it on a mushroom seat,
Wish your wish and go your way
If your wish should be discreet
Never fear but he will pay.


Dora Owen
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