You See Merry Phyllis

You see merry Phyllis, that dear little maid,

Has invited Belinda to tea,

Her nice little garden is shaded by trees,

What pleasanter place could there be?

There's a cake full of plums, there are strawberries too,

And the table is set on the green.

I'm fond of a carpet all daisies and grass,

Could a prettier picture be seen?

A blackbird, yes, blackbirds delight in warm weather,

Is flitting from yonder spray,

He sees the little ones talking together,

No wonder the blackbird is gay.

Coloring Pages

Coloring pages are lots of fun for little ones.  They enjoy learning new skills and adding their own creativity to the page.  

Just click on a link below for a free coloring page that goes along with this rhyme.  Once the link has opened you may print as many as you like.

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