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First Line: "it's late, perhaps, for cherry pie"
Last Line: And sweeter far is mary in the kitchen making pies
Subject(s): Desserts;food & Eating;pies

IT'S late, perhaps, for cherry pie,
But just in time for berry pie,
For goose, and rasp, and huckleberry temptingly in reach;
And on the vines now flowing free
Are squash and pumpkins growing free;
And now pan-dowdies are in style, and cobblers made of peach.

The radiant fruits so fair to see,
The flaky crust that's there to see,
Afford a luscious spectacle most fair to mortal eyes;
But better worth the taking there
Than all the pastry baking there
And sweeter far is Mary in the kitchen making pies.

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