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| Bluebells |
written by Walter de la Mare
|Songs of Childhood (1902)||Link to further information|
Where the bluebells and the wind are,
Fairies in a ring I spied,
And I heard a little linnet
Singing near beside.
Where the primrose and the dew are,
Soon were sped the fairies all:
Only now the green turf freshens,
And the linnets call.
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