By Thomas B. Crane
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In the country, at night ; dear Nellie and May, Rose, Dennis, and Bertie bright, home till next holidays come, when, let all of us hope, it may chance next Spring, be as pleasant a thing as our swallow-flight over to France. AS AT LAST WE'RE SAFELY BACK AGAIN. UPON THE RAILWAY BRIDGE THE TRAIN STAYED SOME MOMENTS, LET US SAY GOOD-BYE. AND ASK IF YOU'VE ENJOYED THE TRIP. AND TRY To THINK THAT SOON AGAIN WE'RE SURE TO MEET, ON COUNTRY ROAD OR IN THE CROWDED STREET, AND ERE WE PART, STILL LINGER FOR A WHILE, VIEWING THIS TRANQUIL SCENE WITH PENSIVE SMILE,TriE EVENING GLOW.
And many a pretty road The train went whizzing Where like this past, gatekeeper, with flag and horn, Stood by the gates shut fast. That's Marie you see standing there >c^ : Now, do you wonder why A woman has to blow the horn Before the train goes by? Her husband He's He is would not The a lazy man, in his cottage near, train will stir a step, although soon be here. And Marie called him, " Paul, Go shut the gate," she cried be quick - " Don't hurry me, there's time enough," The lazy man So Marie had And And replied.
Be content, Money my little friend, spent you cannot spend With your good St. Bernard Buy more toys another day. 5' ; play. IT ERE all the day long, Are race-horses for hire, Who will That never go wrong. Bear or And You Here besides, never all tire. the day long, Are race-horses for hire. come Horses, lions, a ride ready ? tiger astride, shall Who for all will sit safe come Lions, horses, and steady. for a ride all ready ? Round and round they canter slow soon they fast and faster go Look at Louis, all in white, Gaspard, almost out of sight, Rose and Mabel side by side Bertie watching while they ride.