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  • 13.
    The Blind Girl

    Kind Christians, pray list to me,
    And I'll relate a sad story,
    Concerning a little blind girl, only nine years of age,
    Who lived with her father in a lonely cottage.

    Poor girl, she had never seen the blessed light of day,
    Nor the beautiful fields of corn and hay,
    Nor the sparrows, that lifted their heads at early morn
    To bright Sol that does the hills adorn.

    And near the cottage door there was an elm tree;
    But that stunted elm tree she never did see,
    Yet her little heart sometimes felt gay
    As she listened to the thrushes that warbled the live-long day.

    And she would talk to the wren when alone,
    And to the wren she would her loneliness bemoan,
    And say, "Dear little wren, come again to-morrow;
    Now be sure and come, your singing will chase away my sorrow."

    She was motherless, but she had a drunken father,
    Who in his savage moods drank all he could gather,
    And would often cruelly beat her until she would cry,
    "Dear father, if you beat me I will surely die."

    She spent the days in getting ready her father's food,
    Which was truly for her drunken father's good;
    But one night he came home, reeling drunk,
    And the poor child's heart with fear sunk;

    And he cried, "You were at the door when I came up the lane;
    Take that, you good-for-nothing slut; you're to blame
    For not having my supper ready; you will find
    That's no excuse, Sarah, because you are blind."

    And with a stick he struck her as he spoke
    Across the shoulders, until the stick almost broke;
    Crying aloud, "I'll teach you better, you little sneak;"
    And with the beating, Sarah's heart was like to break.

    Poor little Sarah had never seen the snow;
    She knew it was beautiful white, some children told her so;
    And in December, when the snow began to fall,
    She would go to the door and make a snowball.

    One day she'd been very cheerless and alone,
    Poor child, and so cold, almost chilled to the bone;
    For her father had spent his wages in drink,
    And for want of fire she was almost at death's brink.

    Her face was pinched with hunger but she never complained,
    And her little feet with cold were chilblained,
    And her father that day had not come home for dinner,
    And the dull grey sky was all of a shimmer.

    So poor Sarah was very sick when her father came home;
    So bad, little dear, that she did sigh and moan,
    And when her father saw her in bed
    He was heart-stricken with fear and dread.

    So within a few days poor Sarah did die,
    And for the loss of Sarah the drunken father did cry,
    So the loss of his child soon converted him
    From drinking either whiskey, rum or gin. read more »

  • 14.
    The Sunset Years of Samuel Shy

    Master I may be,
    But not of my fate.
    Now come the kisses, too many too late.
    Tell me, O Parcae, read more »

  • 15.
    Dance-Hall Girls

    Where are the dames I used to know
    In Dawson in the days of yore?
    Alas, it's fifty years ago,
    And most, I guess, have "gone before." read more »

  • 16.

    YE learned sisters, which have oftentimes
    Beene to me ayding, others to adorne,
    Whom ye thought worthy of your gracefull rymes,
    That even the greatest did not greatly scorne read more »

  • 17.
    My Little March Girl

    Come to the pane, draw the curtain apart,
    There she is passing, the girl of my heart;
    See where she walks like a queen in the street, read more »

  • 18.
    The Sewing-Girl

    The humble garret where I dwell
    Is in that Quarter called the Latin;
    It isn't spacious -- truth to tell,
    There's hardly room to swing a cat in. read more »

  • 19.
    About the Little Girl that Beat Her Sister

    Go, go, my naughty girl, and kiss
    Your little sister dear;
    I must not have such things as this,
    And noisy quarrels here. read more »

  • 20.
    The Princess (part 3)

    Morn in the wake of the morning star
    Came furrowing all the orient into gold.
    We rose, and each by other drest with care
    Descended to the court that lay three parts read more »

  • 21.
    The Little Match Girl

    It was biting cold, and the falling snow,
    Which filled a poor little match girl's heart with woe,
    Who was bareheaded and barefooted, as she went along the street,
    Crying, "Who'll buy my matches? for I want pennies to buy some meat!" read more »

  • 22.
    That pretty girl

    That pretty girl--
    munching and rustling
    the wrapped-up rice cake. read more »

  • 23.
    To his Girls

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  • 24.
    Our Hired Girl

    1 Our hired girl, she's 'Lizabuth Ann;
    2 An' she can cook best things to eat!
    3 She ist puts dough in our pie-pan,
    4 An' pours in somepin' 'at's good an' sweet; read more »

New Girl Poems

  1. The Dancing Girl, Terry Dawson
  2. Dream Gurl, Awasum Terrence
  3. I've Met a Girl, Terry Dawson
  4. Boy Meets Girl, Branden Aeling
  5. His Words, Raven Ozera
  6. Ode to Instant Messaging (revised), Terry Dawson
  7. Oh Girl Its You, kaliaha hogue
  8. Poor Little Girl, Samantha Bones
  9. My Girl, Momo Momo
  10. Be any girl you can be, Kay Goff
  11. Girl, You Are Amazing, Ronell Warren Alman
  12. Let Me Love You - Ne-Yo, Mizah Hosea
  13. I, m the girl, Rebecca lucy Smith
  14. The Checklist, Jeremy Rascon
  15. Plus Size, Philo Yan
  16. Good Girl, maria sudibyo
  17. A Girl, Selam G. Sekuar
  18. I Want a Girl, Micah Peters
  19. girls, madison ann
  20. I wanna a girl..!, (c) Vish.. Vishnu Gupta
  21. Cool Girls, Ellen Greene
  22. I have a girl, Matthew Holloway
  23. Young Girl, Jasmine Kayleen
  24. I want to be the girl, Helen Michaels
  25. A Girl Like You, Bikramjyoti Kashyop
  26. girl im over u and this is done the song, Poetry Finder
  27. Y.. The girl, Aufie Zophy
  28. Baby Girl Baby Girl, Quiana Souder
  29. Girl, Taylor Swan
  30. Don’t Little Girl, Max Parriott
  31. Girl, Charlotte Murray
  32. This Girl, Aly Grey
  33. A Lucky Man, Jose Chavez
  34. the perfect girl for me :), Tim (Timmy) Woodard
  35. my girl, jencelyn marin
  36. i am, Ashlie Bouie
  37. A girl, robert edwards
  38. Normal Girl, Ruby Coll
  39. Little Girl, remain a mystery
  40. Im the girl:, Miss Dokum
  41. Bones of a Bad girl, Kelsey Wallace
  42. Girl, jennifer carranza
  43. Dark Dark Girl, kyle potter
  44. What A Guy Wants, Rudy Puentes
  45. the bullet, jessica schreurs
  46. Girls, Girls, Girls, Robert Rorabeck
  47. I am..., Joy O' Pateng
  48. ......Girl..., Joy O' Pateng
  49. Pretty Girl, Grace Angelia
  50. Waiting... For My Dream Girl, Akash Agrawal
  51. The Girl Who Is Me, Tuna Fish
  52. The girl in the mirror, Lillie Ellis
  53. Little Girl; Who Knows No Fear, Bridjet Zemlak
  54. Truthful Girl, You... don't... want me...
  55. The girl of my dreams, Jonathan Pendley
  56. Don't Little Girl, Amy Stuart
  57. Girl, Casual Diamond
  58. Why So Lonely, Hope Wallin
  59. she is, miranda sarlund
  60. I'm just another girl, Martha Rivera
  61. You are, That nice guy who wants love
  62. x Yes I am that girl x, Lisa Anderson
  63. Who am I?, Kachan Esposito
  64. Girl, Sami Woodall
  65. Girl, Brie Carter
  66. Who?, Claude Davis III
  67. Typical Emo Love Poem, Brie Carter
  68. Sorry Little Girl, Christina L Johnson
  69. your little girl, leticia starkey
  70. Loser Girl, Amber Millar
  71. Who Is This Girl I Have Met, Pirate Love Magic Man
  72. Who Will Cry For The Little Girl?, Shaneka Taylor
  73. Girlzilla, Top Notch Glamorous Thick Ch ..
  74. I wish for this girl, ashley roberts
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