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And the padding feet of many gnomes a-coming!

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by  Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

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And the padding feet of many gnomes a-coming!

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, June 14, 2014
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What form she pleased each thing would take
That e’er she did behold

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by  Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

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What form she pleased each thing would take
That e’er she did behold

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, June 14, 2014
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Three spirits mad with joy
Come dashing down on a tall wayside flower.

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by  Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

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Three spirits mad with joy
Come dashing down on a tall wayside flower.

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, June 14, 2014
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Buy from us with a golden curl.

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by  Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

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Buy from us with a golden curl.

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, June 14, 2014
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Down to the rocks where the serpents creep.

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by  Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

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Down to the rocks where the serpents creep.

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

(Source: archive.org)

Saturday, June 14, 2014
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The dun  deer wooed with manner bland.

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by  Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

(Source: archive.org)

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The dun deer wooed with manner bland.

Warwick Goble, from The book of fairy poetry, by Dora Owen, London, New York, 1920.

(Source: archive.org)

Friday, June 13, 2014
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In five minutes they were up again, carrying the crown.

Hope Dunlap, from Fairy tales by the brothers Grimm, by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm, Chicago, New York, 1913.

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In five minutes they were up again, carrying the crown.

Hope Dunlap, from Fairy tales by the brothers Grimm, by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm, Chicago, New York, 1913.

(Source: archive.org)

Sunday, June 1, 2014
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They asked her whence she came and whither she was going.

Hope Dunlap, from Fairy tales by the brothers Grimm, by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm, Chicago, New York, 1913.

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They asked her whence she came and whither she was going.

Hope Dunlap, from Fairy tales by the brothers Grimm, by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm, Chicago, New York, 1913.

(Source: archive.org)

Sunday, June 1, 2014