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MORNING SOUNDS, by            
First Line: A sparrow's happy chirping and a dog's persistent bark
Last Line: How beautiful to wake each morn to homey sounds like these.
Subject(s): Morning; Sound


A sparrow's happy chirping and a dog's persistent bark.
The clanging of a street car and the singing of a lark,
A church bell's invitation to its early morning throng
A horse's noisy footsteps and the milkman's cheery song,
The crying of a baby, a factory whistle blowing
The clattering of dishes and a rooster's distant crowing.
The sounds of children's voices, the wind amid the trees
How beautiful to wake each morn to homey sounds like these.





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