The Golden Journey: Poems for Young People
Reilly & Lee, 1965 - 275 pages
"Fresh, delightful, and perennially new" poems written in English but in many distant lands and selected for the enjoyment of discriminating readers by two outstanding poets. Selections range from Rabindranath Tagore to Dylan Thomas, Gerard Manley Hopkins to Elinor Wylie.
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BIRDS BEASTS AND FLOWERS
THEY WENT TO SEA IN A SIEVENonsense Verses
WHEN YOU ARE OLD
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