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Sing-song: A Nursery Rhyme Book

Selected poems of Christina Rosetti for use in Ambleside year 2

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poems
126
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http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/rossetti...

poems

  • 1 A baby's cradle with no baby in it
  • 2 A city plum is not a plum
  • 3 A diamond or a coal?
  • 4 A frisky lamb
  • 5 A house of cards
  • 6 A linnet in a gilded cage
  • 7 All the bells were ringing
  • 8 A motherless soft lambkin
  • 9 An emerald is as green as grass
  • 10 Angels at the foot
  • 11 A pin has a head, but has no hair
  • 12 A pocket handkerchief to hem
  • 13 A ring upon her finger
  • 14 A rose has thorns as well as honey
  • 15 A toadstool comes up in a night
  • 16 A white hen sitting
  • 17 Baby cry
  • 18 Baby lies so fast asleep
  • 19 Blind from my birth
  • 20 Boats sail on the rivers
  • 21 Bread and milk for breakfast
  • 22 Brown and furry
  • 23 Brownie, Brownie, let down your milk
  • 24 Clever little Willie wee
  • 25 Crimson curtains round my mother's bed
  • 26 Crying, my little one, footsore and weary?
  • 27 Currants on a bush
  • 28 Dancing on the hill-tops
  • 29 Dead in the cold, a song-singing thrush
  • 30 "Ding a ding"
  • 31 Eight o'clock
  • 32 Ferry me across the water
  • 33 Fly away, fly away over the sea
  • 34 "Goodbye in fear, goodbye in sorrow"
  • 35 Growing in the vale
  • 36 Heartsease in my garden bed
  • 37 Hear what the mournful linnets say
  • 38 Hope is like a harebell trembling from its birth
  • 39 Hop-o'-my-thumb and little Jack Horner
  • 40 Hopping frog, hop here and be seen
  • 41 How many seconds in a minute?
  • 42 Hurt no living thing
  • 43 I am a King
  • 44 I caught a little ladybird
  • 45 I dreamt I caught a little owl
  • 46 I dug and dug amongst the snow
  • 47 If all were rain and never sun
  • 48 If a mouse could fly
  • 49 If a pig wore a wig
  • 50 If hope grew on a bush
  • 51 If I were a Queen
  • 52 If stars dropped out of heaven
  • 53 If the moon came from heaven
  • 54 If the sun could tell us half
  • 55 I have a little husband
  • 56 I have a Poll parrot
  • 57 I have but one rose in the world
  • 58 I know a baby, such a baby
  • 59 In the meadow -- what in the meadow?
  • 60 I planted a hand
  • 61 Is the moon tired? she looks so pale
  • 62 January cold desolate
  • 63 "Kookoorookoo! kookoorookoo!"
  • 64 Lie a-bed
  • 65 Love me, -- I love you
  • 66 Lullaby, oh, lullaby!
  • 67 Margaret has a milking-pail
  • 68 Minnie and Mattie
  • 69 Minnie bakes oaten cakes
  • 70 Mix a pancake
  • 71 Motherless baby and babyless mother
  • 72 Mother shake the cherry tree
  • 73 My baby has a father and a mother
  • 74 My baby has a mottled fist
  • 75 Oh, fair to see
  • 76 O Lady Moon, your horns point toward the east
  • 77 One and one are two
  • 78 On the grassy banks
  • 79 O sailor, come ashore
  • 80 Our little baby fell asleep
  • 81 O wind, where have you been
  • 82 O wind, why do you never rest
  • 83 Playing at bob cherry
  • 84 Pussy has a whiskered face
  • 85 Roses blushing red and white
  • 86 Rosy maiden Winifred
  • 87 Rushes in a watery place
  • 88 Seldom "can't"
  • 89 Sing me a song
  • 90 Stroke a flint, and there is nothing to admire
  • 91 Swift and sure the swallow
  • 92 The city mouse lives in a house
  • 93 The days are clear
  • 94 The days are clear
  • 95 The dog lies in his kennel
  • 96 The horses of the sea
  • 97 The lily has an air
  • 98 The lily has a smooth stalk
  • 99 The peach tree on the southern wall
  • 100 The peacock has a score of eyes
  • 101 There is but one May in the year
  • 102 There is one that has a head without an eye
  • 103 There's snow on the fields
  • 104 The rose that blushes rosy red
  • 105 The rose with such a bonny blush
  • 106 The summer nights are short
  • 107 The wind has such a rainy sound
  • 108 Three little children
  • 109 Three plum buns
  • 110 Twist me a crown of wind-flowers
  • 111 Under the ivy bush
  • 112 Wee wee husband
  • 113 What are heavy? sea-sand and sorrow
  • 114 What does the bee do?
  • 115 What does the donkey bray about?
  • 116 What do the stars do?
  • 117 What is pink? a rose is pink
  • 118 What will you give me for my pound?
  • 119 When a mounting skylark sings
  • 120 When fishes set umbrellas up
  • 121 When the cows come home the milk is coming
  • 122 Where innocent bright-eyed daisies are
  • 123 Who has seen the wind?
  • 124 Why did baby die
  • 125 Wrens and robins in the hedge
  • 126 Your brother has a falcon

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