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ADVENTURE ON THE WINGS OF MORNING, by            
First Line: A boy upon a shetland pony
Last Line: Is jogging down my lane!
Subject(s): Adventure & Adventurers


A boy upon a Shetland pony,
(Sing, bonny bluebird, sing!)
Is riding down a lane of maples
To high adventuring.

Within the meadow may be danger,
But this lad doesn't care --
When summer winds are calling to him,
A lad rides anywhere.

Within the forest may be pirates
(Who knows?) in secret caves;
But no brave lad of seven's ever
Afraid of daring knaves.

This rider has a heart that's valiant;
(Hush, bluebird, your refrain!)
The courage that a nation's needing
Is jogging down my lane!





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