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inglets rest. And now I
want to hold you up, T
o see your velvet vest.
I want to count your t
iny toes. To find your
breathing-place, And to
uch the downy horn that
grows Each side your p
retty face. I'd like to
see just how you're ma
de, With streaks and sp
ots and rings; And wish
you'd show me how you
played Your shining, ra
inbow wings. "'T was no
t," the little prisoner
said, "For want of foo
d or drink, That, while
you slumbered on your
bed, I could not sleep
a wink. "My wings are p
ained for want of fligh
t, My lungs, for want o
The Youth's Coronal by Gould, Hannah Flagg