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First Line: She was so little - little in her grave
Last Line: For her who knew no word nor her own name.
Subject(s): Mothers


SHE was so little -- little in her grave,
The wide earth all around so hard and cold --
She was so little! therefore did I crave
My arms might still her tender form enfold.
She was so little, and her cry so weak
When she among the heavenly children came --
She was so little -- I alone might speak
For her who knew no word nor her own name.





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