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Alan Alexander Milne (Алан Александр Милн)


Water Lilies


Where the water-lilies go
To and fro,
Rocking in the ripples of the water,
Lazy on a leaf lies the Lake King's daugher,
And the faint winds shake her.
Who will come and take her?
I will! I will!
Keep still! Keep still!
Sleeping on a leaf lies the Lake King's daughter. . . .
Then the wind comes skipping
To the lilies on the water;
And the kind winds wake her.
Now who will take her?
With a laugh she is slipping
Through the lilies on the water.
Wait! Wait!
Too late, too late!
Only the water-lilies go
To and fro,
Dipping, dipping,
To the ripples of the water.



Alan Alexander Milne's other poems:
  1. БинкерBinker
  2. Чёрная КурочкаThe Little Black Hen
  3. Король и БеднякKing Hilary and the Beggarman
  4. Market Square
  5. The Christening


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