Ted Bonham

Fragment (Consider Revising)

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Laughing Song

(being a corruption of Blake’s innocent song)

When the green woods laugh with the voice of the dimpling stream runs laughing by the air does laugh with the green hill laughs with the noise of the meadows laugh with lively green grasshopper laughs in the merry scene when Mary and Susan and Emily with their sweet round mouths sing ha ha he the painted birds laugh in the shade come live and merry and join me to sing the sweet ha ha he when the green woods laugh with the voice of the dimpling stream runs laughing by the green hill laughs with the noise of lively green grasshopper laughs in the merry scene when Mary and Susan and Emily with their sweet mouths sing ha ha he the laugh in the shade come live and merry and join me to sing the sweet ha ha he when the green woods laugh with the ha ha he of the dimpling stream runs laughing by the air runs laughing with the dimpling hill runs with the noise of the meadows laugh with lively painted birds laugh in the merry scene when Mary and Susan and lively green grasshopper with their round mouths sing ha ha he the painted birds laugh in the shade come live and merry and join me and merry and join me to sing the sweet ha ha he when the green woods laugh with the voice of the dimpling stream runs laughing by the air does laugh with the green hill laughs with the noise of the meadows laugh with painted green grasshopper laughs in the merry scene when Mary and Susan and Emily with their sweet round shades sing ha ha he the dimpled birds laugh in the shade come live and merry and join me merry and join me shade and come merry and join me.

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