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Vol. XV.
The Indian Advocate
The Little Seed,
A little seed lay in the ground,
And soon began to sprout;
"Now which of all the flowers around,
It mused, "shall I come out?"
"The lily's face is fair and proud,
But just a trifle cold; ,
.The rose, I think, is rather loud,
And, then, its fashion's old,"
"The violet is very well,
But a flower I'd never choose;
Nor yet the Canterburg bell
I never cared for blues."
"Petunias are by far too bright.
And vulgar flowers, beside;
The primrose only blooms at night,
And peonies spread to wide."
And so it criticised each flower,
This supercilous seed,
Until it woke one summer hour
And found itself a weed,
No. 2
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