Venetian Blind Book

I kind of like this book because you can hang it up if you want. The poem is called the Fairy & Child and is only the first verse:

Fairy & Child

Oh, listen, little Dear-My-Soul,
To the fairy voices calling,
For the moon is high in the misty sky,
And the honey dew is falling;
To the midnight feast in the clover bloom,
The bluebells are a-ringing,
And it’s “come away to the land of fay”
That the katydid is singing.

Venetian blind book

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