The Tea Party

IN the pleasant green Garden
We sat down to tea;
'Do you take sugar?' and
'Do you take milk?'
She'd got a new gown on–
A smart one of silk.
We all were so happy
As happy could be,
On that bright Summer's day
When she asked us to tea.

by Kate Greenaway

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too often a dead daisy I give water to, nicely write
Over my desk! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
I accept you, demon. I will not cover your mouth. If it be man I love............................................................... raining elsewhere, yet draught never relieves the Globe totally. Nice post. Thanks.