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Saturday, July 24, 2010

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mary

Peck, peck, peck
On the warm brown egg
Out comes a neck
Out comes a leg
How does a chick that's not been about
Discover the trick of how to get out?
(poem by Aileen Fisher)

Paula

What, no picture of the baby?! You tease!

suvir saran

Thanks Mary for bringing Aileen Fisher alive through the quote above from her poem. You are so brilliant and kind.

Now I need to order her books. Become a child again. And maybe I will enjoy the chickens in yet more ways.

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