Monday, June 1, 2009

A Little Visitor

I spied her in my garden;

Clasped tightly in each hand,

She held a monstrous posy;

Her dimpled cheeks were rosy;

She smiled and begged my pardon

When near her I did stand.

"I've come to pay a visit,"

She said - the pretty dear!-

"For thirty long days, sir;

And aren't you glad I'm here?"

"Now, what may be your name, please?"

I gently did demand:

"And whose are all these flowers?"

She said "Why, they are ours!"

"I'm June. Last night I came please,

Straight from the Summer Land."


"Blessed by the Lord God of Israel,

For He has visited us and accomplished redemption for His people"

Luke 1:68


Lori said...

THAT is a sweet little poem. :) Made me smile to read it!
Have a wonderful blessed Monday!

Ken said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

I just read that poem in one of my old books! You found the perfect illustration for it.

Happy June to you,



Sharon said...

Lady Farmer,

Thank you for putting a smile on my face as well :) What a charming poem, so sweet! I love the scripture verse!

Have a beautiful day!


Nadine said...

How pretty, the picture too! I can't believe how quickly this year has gone by so far! Have a blessed day!

Michele said...

Of course I love this poem; June is very special to me...=)

lady m's lavender cottage said...

What a sweet poem...thank you for sharing it with us.

It is good to share such beautiful poetry, isn't it?

blessings lady farmer, may you have a wonderful week!

lady m

Miss Jen said...

That is such a sweet poem, Lady Farmer!.... Oh and what about that picture?! Too SWEET!!!
It is always a joy and blessing to visit you!

Love Always,
Miss Jen

LDH said...

Such a sweet poem! Adorable graphic too... it reminds me of your little granddaughter.

Roo and Wren's Mama said...

what a cute little poem! yay for summertime!

Marqueta said...

Hello again!

Sorry about the funny signature :)~Ken is my husband. I guess he must've done a post on his blog and I didn't think to check before posting! Audrey has caught me using the girls' signature, too.

I found the poem in a book of eBay called "Little Folks Speaker", which must be an earlier version of your book. It's so old and brittle that when we turn the pages they crack. I have to take it to a printer's to see if they can make a copy of it somehow.
Those old books are just precious, aren't they?



Anonymous said...

What a sweet post, Raeann. I love the picture of that little girl!

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Lady Farmer,
Such a beautiful poem, enjoyed it so much!

Andrea said...

So, so precious! Your blog is very pretty! I love visiting here.