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" I'm griev'd to see, That you can so ill-temper'd be: You make your fault a great deal worse, By being angry and perverse. O, how much better it appears To see you melting into tears, And then to hear you humbly say, "I'll not do so another day. "
Rhymes for the Nursery - Pągina 61
per Jane Taylor, Ann Taylor - 1824 - 96 pągines
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Rhymes for the nursery. By the authors of 'Original poems'.

Ann Taylor - 1818
...chair, With pouting lip, and frowning brow: I wonder what's the matter now f For doing work so bad mid slow, That you are standing sulking so ? Why then,...fault a great deal worse, By being angry and perverse. O, how much better it appears To see you melting into tears, And then to hear you humbly say, " I'll...
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Rhymes for the Nursery

Jane Taylor - 1831 - 96 pągines
...there, Leaning down upon a chair, With pouting lip and frowning brow ? I wonder what's the matter now. Come here, my dear, and tell me true, Is it because...how much better it appears, To see you melting into tears, And then to hear you humbly say, " Til not do so another day." o But when you stand and sulk...
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Rhymes for the nursery, by the author of Original poems

Ann Taylor - 1836
...there, Leaning down upon a chair, With pouting lip and frowning brow ? I wonder what's the matter now. Come here, my dear, and tell me true* Is it because I spoke to you About the work you'd done so slow, That you are standing sulking so ? Why, then, indeed,...
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Rhymes for the Nursery

1837 - 112 pągines
...Leaning down upon the table, With pouting lip, and frowning brow 1 I wonder what's the matter now ! Come here, my dear, and tell me true, Is it because...see, That you can so ill-temper'd be ; You make your faults a great deal worse, By being angry and perverse. O, how much better it appears, To see you melting...
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The Children's Picture Magazine, Volum 29

1866
...there, Leaning down upon a chair, With such an angry lip and brow ? I wonder what's the matter now. Come here, my dear, and tell me true; Is it because I spoke to you About the work you'd done so slow, That you are standing fretting so ? Why then, indeed,...
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Songs for the Little Ones at Home

Mary O. Ward - 1852 - 288 pągines
...That you are standing fretting so? Why, then indeed I 'm grieved to see That you can so ill-tempered be. You make your fault a great deal worse By being angry and perverse. Oh, how much better 't would appear, To see you shed a humble tear, And then to hear you meekly say, "I'll not do so another...
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Songs for the Little Ones at Home

Mary O. Ward - 1852 - 288 pągines
...there, Leaning down upon a chair, With such an angry lip and brow ? I wonder what 's the matter now. Come here, my dear, and tell me true ; Is it because I spoke to you About the work you 'd done so slow, That you are standing fretting so ? Why, then indeed...
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My poetry book

My poetry book - 1858 - 134 pągines
...there, Leaning down upon a chair, With such an angry lip and brow ? I wonder what's the matter now. Come here, my dear, and tell 'me true ; Is it because I spoke to you About the work you'd done so slow, That you are standing fretting so? Why then, indeed,...
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Rhymes for the nursery, by the authors of Original poems. Illustr. ed

Ann Taylor - 1859
...there, Leaning down upon a chair, With such an angry lip and brow ? I wonder what's the matter now. Come here, my dear, and tell me true, Is it because I spoke to you About the work you'd done so slow, That you are standing fretting so ? Why, then, indeed,...
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Easy Rhymes and Simple Poems for Young Children

Easy rhymes - 1864 - 160 pągines
...there, Leaning down upon a chair, With such an angry lip and brow ? I wonder what's the matter now. Come here, my dear, and tell me true ; Is it because I spoke to you About the work you'd done so slow, That you are standing fretting so ? Why then, indeed,...
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