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I am looking for a poem that tells about how a native Indian provided moccasins for a little frontiers girl - "She ate her simple meal and she drank her basin when there came a tall dark shadow that was bent by the summers sun...

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NEED A COPY OF A POEM CALLED "NEW BOY"


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There are many with that title: http://www.poemhunter.com/search/?q=the+new+boy
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Trying to find a poem. "One bright morning in the middle of the night, two dead boys got up to fight. Back to back they faced each other. Drew their swords and shot each other.


It's called a "nonsense verse" making use of extreme polar opposites. A few variations of this poem exists. Here is one:

One bright morning in the middle of the night,Two dead boys got up to fight.Back-to-back they faced one another,Drew their swords and shot each other.One was blind and the other couldn't see,So they chose a dummy for a referee.A blind man went to see fair play,A dmb man went to shout "hooray!"A deaf policeman heard the noise,And came and killed those two dead boys.A paralyzed donkey walking by,Kicked the copper in the eye,Sent him through a rubber wall,Into a dry ditch and drowned them all.(If you don't believe this lie is true,Ask the blind man -- he saw it too!)

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Type in the name of the poet and the poetry and dont forget the http for example: htttp/meyourlove

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Find a poem by words


This was published in Poems, 1940-1953. You'll probably have to buy the book and type in the texts. There's plenty going for 99cents + shipping in the US.

http://www.alibris.com/Poems-1940-1953-Karl-Jay-Shapiro/book/5185709

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I used to recite a poem to my children which began The frilly hollyhock grows so tall, it peeps right over the garden wall and ended perhaps there were no fairies there at all


You might be able to find it in this book, Boys' and Girls' Story Book No. 3 (Although I am not sure about the seller): http://www.abebooks.com/Boys-Girls-Story-Book-No.3-Enid/8470514158/bd

The Enid Blyton Society quotes the information below as being included in the book:

ENID BLYTON'S CHILDREN'S CORNER (p 655)

The Tall Hollyhock
(3v X 4)The frilly hollyhock grows so tall
She peeps right over the garden wall,
(used in Boys' and Girls' Story Book No. 3 [News Chronicle, December 1935])

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How can I find a poem I wrote a long time ago (about 9 years ago) but I don't know if I put it under Aubrey Teasle or Aubrey Kosareff?


Google search several words from the middle of your poem in quotes like this:

"To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear;"

Happy Hunting!

Jason

Dec 19, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have manuy poems saved on my computer. I am writing a book, and most of my poems have diffwrent fonts. Is there a way I can do all of them in the same font. If so, what do I do email address is...


Copy all the poems in MS Word. Press Ctrl + A to select all the text. Then you can set them to any font. The font option can be found in the edit menu.

If you do not have MS Office, download and install the free Open Office. This will work just like Office.

Let me know if you were not able to convert them into same font and I'll look into it further.

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I remember my grandmother reciting in the 1940s a poem which started with the words 'King Richard'. Please can you help me track down this poem? It was a long narrative poem. Thank you, Alan.


I can help you with only these two (click here) and (click here). Since you didn't mention the name of the Poem, it's not possible to locate it.

Good luck.

Thanks for using FixYa.

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