Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, DEAR LITTLE SPRITE, by CHARLES LOUIS HENRY WAGNER



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DEAR LITTLE SPRITE, by            
First Line: Dear little simple sprite, sweet little dimpled mite
Last Line: Dear little sweet dimpled sprite.
Subject(s): Fairies; Supernatural; Elves


Dear little simple sprite, sweet little dimpled mite,
Golden your tresses and fine,
Eyes of the brightest blue, lashes of lightest hue,
Lips that are treasures divine;
Smiles which supremely glow with lights that seemly show,
Cheeks like red roses you own,
Manners alluring, grand; voice softly purring, and
Prettiest features I've known.
Long has a baby tot been my best "may-be" thought,
One of the feminine kind,
Heaven has sent me boys, the Lord has lent me joys
Greater than most of men find;
I'm not complaining, no, but love's remaining though
For such a sweet little mite,
You are the kind I own, I've had in mind alone,
Dear little sweet dimpled sprite.





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