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The Easter Parade

What shall I wear for the Easter Parade?
A dress thatís the color of marmalade.

With a border embroidered
in light blue cornflowers,
Like the edge of a meadow,
after spring showers.

And a matching hat round
as a top you can spin,
And elastic to hold it
on under my chin.

And brand-new shoes
whiter than newly-poured cream,
With heart-shaped,
golden buckles that gleam.

And Iíll carry a small purse
of butterfly blue,
With a penny for me
and a penny for you.

To buy us both glasses of cold lemonade
When we walk, hand in hand,
in the Easter Parade.
Publisher :- William Jay Smith
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