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VII.

See the snow fall;
How cold it is!
Do bring some wood,
And make a fire.
VIII.

The spring is come,
The snow is gone.
The grass is green.
The sky is clear.

IX.

The sun is up;
See how it shines;
Now it is day:
The night is gone.

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How the birds sing;
Do see them fly.
Do not kill them;
They do no harm.
XI.

The birds make nests,
And they lay eggs.
Do not rob them,
Nor kill their young.

XII.

See this young bird,
It cannot fly;
Give it some food,
Or it will die.

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XIX.

Come let us go
And take a walk
In the wide field,
To see the lambs.
XX.

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Look! what is there A herd of cows; They feed on grass. Do see them eat. XXI.

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See that red cow!
How fast she runs ;
She has a calf,
See how it plays.

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XXII.

Where are the lambs?
They are not here,
We shall find them,
If we walk on.
XXIII.

There are the lambs,
In the next lot:
How brisk they are,
O, see them skip,
XXIV.

The sheep bear wool; It keeps them warm, But we have clothes, To keep us warm.

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This rose is white;
But some are red.

XXVI.

There is a tree;
It is in bloom;
How gay it looks!
It will bear plums.
XXVII.

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There is a nest,
On that tall tree;
See the old bird,
How she flies round.

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XXV.

Here is a rose;
How sweet it smells: It is an oak ;

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XXVIII.

What tree is that?

Do see the calves,
Lie in its shade.
XXIX.

What man is that?
He has a gun;
He shot a hawk,
It fell down dead.

XXX.

What time is it?
"Tis five o'clock.
We must walk back,
'Tis time for tea.

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