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QUEEN ANNE'S LACE, by            
First Line: So beautiful the bloom this crowding weed
Last Line: Of human could create in all the land.
Subject(s): Queen Anne's Lace


So beautiful the bloom this crowding weed
Is now bestowing down the countryside:
Of lacy loveliness, well named indeed,
Befitting royal usage, for with pride
Can one adorn attire or living place,
And greater beauty add so with the charm
Of Mother Nature's weaving: Queen Anne's Lace!
Everyone has this craftwork -- If on the farm
Of humble peasant, or the vast estate
Of titled lord, it's there to be admired
In all its beauty, blowing early, late.
No fairer bloom by heart could be desired.
Such lace as woven in this bloom, no hand
Of human could create in all the land.





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