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This is clever Cousin Polly
Making frocks, and things, for Dolly.
Mabel watches how it's done,
"And looks, and laughs at Berties fun,
"Dolly", he says, "how fine you'll be!
You shall go for a walk with me!"
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No, Dolly! if we let you drive,
You would not bring us home alive;
Goatie would drag us in the sea,
And then how wet, we all should be!
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Mabel takes them all a walk,
Across the meadows green;
Tommy holding Berties hand.
/ And Dolly goes-.between.
Both the dollies are fast asleep;
Bertie 'awake can scarcely keep.
"Is'nt it tiresome waiting here
When will that lazy train appear?"
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One on each side;
That is how Tommy
And Dolly ride!"
So sang Bertie,
Till Dolly fell; -
Breaking her neck,
And her head as well.
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Mabel, whose heart is very sore,
Picks up the pieces from the floor.
"Bertie! you need not cry, I know,
You never meant to serve her so."
Impudent Tommy, against the wall,
Looks as if he enjoyed it all.
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Mabel, look! Mamma is clever!
Dolly's just as good as ever.
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If Tommy breaks his head in two,
I'll bring him quick, Mamma, to you."
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But, if you feel queer,
take you out at once, my dear.
You 're very safe, I'll hold you tight;
I'm sure the rope is all quite right.
And now, mv darlings, let's have tea,
And see how good you all can be;
Bertie, you teed that child too fast;
You'll choke the little dear, at last.
Now Tommy don't tease Dolly so,
Or, in the corner you shall go.
Old Indy sittlagainst the wall,
And makes herself look very tall.
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A garden party, is just the way,
To make the most of a Summer day.
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I'm sure I hardly like to say,
How bad these dollies were to day,
Although they 've been so nicely taught;
They had some words, and then they fought.
They called such names, and showed such spite,
I never saw so sad a sight
They've made it up, and kissed each other;
For, Mabel, like a little mother,
Said, "Now my dears, no more of this,
You both must promise with a kiss,
To love each other as before
- And never quarrel any more."
'Tis a birthday ball, and Tommy, you see,
Is asking Dolly, his partner to be;
His bows are nice, and his smiles are sweet;
And he moves so pretty on "his feet,
That when he asks her, with him to dance,
She is only too glad to have the chance.
Ring the bells! Be blithe and gay!
This is Dolly's wedding day!
Bertie, I really think, don't you?
I'ts time that Dolly had something new.
Such faded things! I do declare
She's really nothing fit to wear!
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Little Mammas must wash' and wring,
And told and iron too!
People with dollies always find,
Plenty of work to do.
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Whatever will poor Dolly say,
If all her things get blown away?
We are as merry, as merry can be!
Making believe to sail on the sea!
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Any one else for the train, to day?
Make haste in, we cannot stay.
All right! Whistle! Puff, puff, puff!
We'll travel until we' \ve had enough.
Have your tickets ready to show,
As soon as ever we stop, you know.
Dolly's party! -- Come in all,
Take your seats, against the wall.
Bertie's doll is quite a swell.
"Hope I see Miss Dolly, well."
"Thank you, Sir! and how are you?
This is almost quite too-too!"
Bertie says, that, if Mamma would show him how it's done;
Dolly's shoes he'd gladly make, and think it jolly fun!
Dolly is fond of playing
By the sea all day -
Does she know, I wonder,
What the wild waves say?
Dolly likes to paddle,
The darling little pet!
But Tommy says, "O carry me,
The water is so wet!"
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Gracefully, can Dolly ride,
When upon the horse she's tied.
Twill never do for her once more,
To smash herself upon the floor;
But, you are safe, my.DolTy dear,
So ride along and do not fear.
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And now, my darlings, do not keep
Me waiting here, but go to sleep.
I've tucked you up, so shut your eyes;
I'll wake you, when it's time to rise:
So sleep and dream about your play,
And all the fun you've had to day.
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Dolly is so knowing -
She stands on Mabel's knee,
Really taking notice,
Of all that she can see.
Tommy is so stupid -
Sulking on the seat,
Shrugging up his shoulders,
Staring at his feet.
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