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HE GOT THE ATII,EX
v, - AyAK YST? )
' ' I i i i i in i i m
, Old Winter.
Winterf' old fellow, youf merry
You forge the flame of the
And while, yqu glisten, we hush
: and listen. ,
As' love, 'dream's over7, his full
- ""' desire.
The wind "comes's sifting, te
snow's white drifting
To shut us in frqm. the-t6.il and
strife; - "
And laughter graces the chil
'While sog flows , sweet
through .the cloistered Hfe
Winter', old fellbw.'you howl and
.bellow, " , .
You smite us hard with the
wind and sleet;
But through your lashing we see
Of spring-time glories where
dawn is sweet;
The snows fall over the fields of
And hide the hills from our
But through ?th,em creeping,
your warmth is keeping .
The roses red and the lilies
Salt and powdered borax added
to the water in. which they are
will help to make cut flowers, last
much longer. The stems s,hpuld
be cjipped:each day and cut slant
ing to allow the water to rise in
the stalks. "