Mother's Picture Alphabet, Page 21
How pleased she appears, with her armful of Flower
So Fragrant and Fresh, after yesterday’s showers,
F begins Football – what capital Fun! –
Again it flics up, and how fast the lads run!
Ford, where in shallowest water they wade.
Fern, like green Feathers, adorning the glade.
Fir, a dark tree that towers up in the sky.
Fox, a strange animal, cunning and sly.
Fawn, a young deer, very gentle and meek.
Friday, the last day but one in the week.
Feather, like what baby, wears in his hat:
The dear little fellow – so Fair and so Fat,
France, a fine country, and nearest our own:
May we be rivals in goodness alone.
Fender, a guard that protects from the Fire.
Food, – the good things that our bodies require.
Famine a dearth, a great scarceness of bread:
Oh let us he thankful if we are well fed.