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Sun, 08 Aug 2010
Mary, Mary quite contrary, how does your garden grow? With a touch of class from Frank Ellis, read all five verses in Seligor's Castle. Mary, Mary.

MARY, MARY QUITE CONTRARY, HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW,
WITH BEAUTIFUL WORDS LIKE THESE


PRIZE DAY
By Frank Ellis.
Flowers
'Tis Prize Day in the school of flowers,
And all are gaily drest,
To see the prizes given away
To those who've done their best.
The garden flowers are gathered here,
As well as blossoms wild -
The daisy, clover, buttercup,
Loved by each little child.
Flowers
Flowers
Here's a prize for little Daisy,
Who's always in her place;
She came the opening day of school,
With her old simple grace.
Not once has she been absent
From meadow or from lea:
'Twere well if every blossom
Were as regular as she.
Flowers
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