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Little girls at any age
Posted by: Martha (---.ipt.aol.com)
Date: May 31, 2004 10:05AM

Help me find this. Not sure of accuracy.

They are sweet as they can be
Whey they're two years old or three.

They are something to adore
When they're three years old or four.

Would the charms would all survive
Which are theirs when they are five.

Then they learn to sing and pout
And their two front teeth come out.

And they do such cunning tricks
When they journey on to six.

Seven and eight and nine they stage
What is called the awkward age.

Then with each succeeding year
All their charms will reappear.

Loveliest creatures on life's stage
Little girls at any age.

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