Gateway to the Classics: How To Tell Stories to Children by Sara Cone Bryant
 
How To Tell Stories to Children by  Sara Cone Bryant

Bird Thoughts

From Mother-Song and Child-Song, Charlotte Brewster Jordan.

I lived first in a little house,

And lived there very well;

I thought the world was small and round,

And made of pale blue shell.


I lived next in a little nest,

Nor needed any other;

I thought the world was made of straw,

And brooded by my mother.


One day I fluttered from the nest

To see what I could find.

I said, "The world is made of leaves;

I have been very blind."


At length I flew beyond the tree,

Quite fit for grown-up labours.

I don't know how the world is made,

And neither do my neighbours!


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