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Another (Here A Pretty Baby Lies)

Robert Herrick

Here a pretty baby lies
Sung asleep with lullabies:
Pray be silent and not stir
Th’ easy earth that covers her.
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From The Oxford Book of English Verse: 1250-1900 | Clarendon, 1919
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