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First Line: When I was very little, and had been put
Last Line: "into garlands, and the flowers answer all my ""think-abouts."
Subject(s): Flowers; Habits; Thought; Thinking


When I was very little, and had been put to bed,
A many little "think-abouts" went running in my head.
"Think of buttercups and daisies," was what my mother said.

So I saw the flowers nodding to each other on the grass,
And I knew that they were talking of what would come to pass.
Flowers told me many secrets when I was a little lass.

And I have formed the habit, if I ever have the "pouts,"
Of wearing them with flowers -- with my questions, too, and doubts,
Into garlands, and the flowers answer all my "think-abouts."





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