|Стихи о разном||Стихи о маме
||Стихи о зиме||Стихи о весне|
|Стихи о лете||Стихи об осени
||Стихи в старинных книгах
||Стихи из песен|
I like little Pussy, her coat is so warm,
And if I don't hurt her, she'll do me no harm;
So I'll not pull her tail, nor drive her away,
But Pusy and I very gently will play.
The man in the wilderness asked me,
How many strawberries grow in the sea?
I answered him, as I thought good,
As many as red herrings grow in the wood.
Cross Patch draw the latch
Sit by the fire and spin;
Take a cup and drink it up,
Then call your neighbours in.
Handy Spandy, Jack a-dandy,
Loves plum-cake and sugar-candy.
He bought some at a grocer's shop
And out he came hop-hop-hop.
Little Jack-a-Dandy wanted sugar candy,
And fairly for it cried;
But little Billy Cook, who always reads his book
Shall have a horse to ride.
Ride a cock-horse to Shrewsberry cross,
To buy little Johnny a galloping horse.
It trots behind, and it ambles before,
And Johnny shall ride - - till he can ride no more
The man in the moon came down too soon,
To ask the way to Norwich.
He went by the South, and burnt his mouth
With eating cold pease porridge.
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