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Poems Every Child Should Know by  Mary E. Burt


 

 

PIPPA

"Spring's at the Morn," from "Pippa Passes," by Robert Browning (1812-89), has become a very popular stanza with little folks. "All's right with the world" is a cheerful motto for the nursery and schoolroom.

The year's at the spring,

The day's at the morn;

Morning's at seven;

The hillside's dew pearled;


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The lark's on the wing;

The snail's on the thorn;

God's in His heaven—

All's right with the world!


ROBERT BROWNING.


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