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Doubt not, little though there be,
A SUNBEAM. If I were a sunbeam
I know what I would do, I'd seek the whitest lilies
The rainy woodland through ; Stealing in among them,
The softest light I'd shed, Until each grateful lily
Raised its drooping head. 'If I were a sunbeam,
I know where I would go, Into the lowliest hovels,
All dark with want and woe; Till sad hearts look upward
I there would shine and shine ; Then they would think of heaven, Their sweet home and mine.
THE CHILD AND THE PIPER.
Piping down the valleys wild,
Piping songs of pleasant glee, On a cloud I saw a child,
And he, laughing, said to me, 'Pipe a song about a lamb;'
So I piped with merry cheer. Piper, pipe that song again ;' So I piped; he wept to hear.
Drop thy pipe, thy happy pipe,
Sing thy songs of happy cheer;' So I sang
the same again, While he wept with joy to hear. Piper, sit thee down and write
In a book, that all may read ;' So he vanished from my sight,
And I plucked a hollow reed,
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