Alan Alexander Milne
Spring Morning by Alan Alexander Milne

Spring Morning by Alan Alexander Milne

Where am I going? I don't quite know.Down to the stream where the king-cups grow-Up on the hill where the pine-trees blow-Anywhere, anywhere. I don't know.Where am I going? The ...

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The Mirror by Alan Alexander Milne

The Mirror by Alan Alexander Milne

Between the woods the afternoonIts fallen in a golden swoon,The sun looks down from quiet skiesTo where a quiet water lies,And silent trees stoop down to the trees.And there I saw ...

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Disobedience by Alan Alexander Milne

Disobedience by Alan Alexander Milne

James JamesMorrison MorrisonWeatherby George DupreeTook greatCare of his Mother,Though he was only three.James James Said to his Mother,"Mother," he said, said he;"You must never ...

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Missing by Alan Alexander Milne

Missing by Alan Alexander Milne

Has anybody seen my mouse?I opened his box for half a minute,Just to make sure he was really in it,And while I was looking, he jumped outside!I tried to catch him, I tried, I ...

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The Dormouse And The Doctor by Alan Alexander Milne

The Dormouse And The Doctor by Alan Alexander Milne

There once was a Dormouse who lived in a bedOf delphiniums (blue) and geraniums (red),And all the day long he'd a wonderful viewOf geraniums (red) and delphiniums (blue).A Doctor ...

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Us Two by Alan Alexander Milne

Us Two by Alan Alexander Milne

Wherever I am, there's always Pooh,There's always Pooh and Me.Whatever I do, he wants to do,"Where are you going today?" says Pooh:"Well, that's very odd 'cos I was too.Let's go ...

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The King’s Breakfast by Alan Alexander Milne

The King’s Breakfast by Alan Alexander Milne

The King's BreakfastThe King askedThe Queen, andThe Queen askedThe Dairymaid:"Could we have some butter forThe Royal slice of bread?"The Queen asked the Dairymaid,The ...

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At The Zoo by Alan Alexander Milne

At The Zoo by Alan Alexander Milne

There are lions and roaring tigers,and enormous camels and things,There are biffalo-buffalo-bisons,and a great big bear with wings.There's a sort of a tiny potamus,and a tiny ...

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Happiness by Alan Alexander Milne

Happiness by Alan Alexander Milne

John hadGreat BigWaterproofBoots on;John had aGreat Big WaterproofHat;John had aGreat BigWaterproofMackintosh --And that(Said John)IsThat.

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The End by Alan Alexander Milne

The End by Alan Alexander Milne

When I was One,I had just begun.When I was Two,I was nearly new.When I was Three,I was hardly Me.When I was Four,I was not much more.When I was Five,I was just alive.But now I am ...

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Wind On The Hill by Alan Alexander Milne

Wind On The Hill by Alan Alexander Milne

No one can tell me,Nobody knows,Where the wind comes from,Where the wind goes.It's flying from somewhereAs fast as it can,I couldn't keep up with it,Not if I ran.But if I stopped ...

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Lines And Squares by Alan Alexander Milne

Lines And Squares by Alan Alexander Milne

Whenever I walk in a London street,I'm ever so careful to watch my feet;And I keep in the squares,And the masses of bears,Who wait at the corners all ready to eatThe sillies who ...

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Buckingham Palace by Alan Alexander Milne

Buckingham Palace by Alan Alexander Milne

They're changing guard at Buckingham Palace -Christopher Robin went down with Alice.Alice is marrying one of the guard."A soldier's life is terrible hard," ...

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Puppy And I by Alan Alexander Milne

Puppy And I by Alan Alexander Milne

I met a Man as I went walking:We got talking,Man and I.'Where are you going to, Man?' I said (I said to the Man as he went by).'Down to the village, to get some bread. Will you ...

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Daffodowndilly by Alan Alexander Milne

Daffodowndilly by Alan Alexander Milne

She wore her yellow sun-bonnet,She wore her greenest gown;She turned to the south windAnd curtsied up and down.She turned to the sunlightAnd shook her yellow head,And whispered to ...

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Politeness by Alan Alexander Milne

Politeness by Alan Alexander Milne

If people ask me,I always tell them:"Quite well, thank you, I'm very glad to say."If people ask me,I always answer,"Quite well, thank you, how are you to-day?"I always answer,I ...

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Sneezles by Alan Alexander Milne

Sneezles by Alan Alexander Milne

Christopher Robin Had wheezles And sneezles, They bundled him Into His bed. They gave him what goes With a cold in the nose, And some more for a ...

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Hoppity by Alan Alexander Milne

Hoppity by Alan Alexander Milne

Christopher Robin goesHoppity, hoppity,Hoppity, hoppity, hop.Whenever I tell himPolitely to stop it, heSays he can't possibly stop. If he stopped hopping,He couldn't go ...

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Twice Times by Alan Alexander Milne

Twice Times by Alan Alexander Milne

There were Two Little Bears who lived in a Wood,And one of them was Bad and the other was Good.Good Bear learnt his Twice Times One -But Bad Bear left all his buttons undone.They ...

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Rice Pudding by Alan Alexander Milne

Rice Pudding by Alan Alexander Milne

What is the matter with Mary Jane?She's crying with all her might and main,And she won't eat her dinner - rice pudding again -What is the matter with Mary Jane?What is the matter ...

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Twinkletoes by Alan Alexander Milne

Twinkletoes by Alan Alexander Milne

When the sunShines through the leaves of the apple-tree,When the sunMakes shadows of the leaves of the apple-tree,Then I passOn the grassFrom one leaf to another,From one leaf to ...

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Forgiven by Alan Alexander Milne

Forgiven by Alan Alexander Milne

I found a little beetle; so that Beetle was his name,And I called him Alexander and he answered just the same.I put him in a match-box, and I kept him all the day ...And Nanny let ...

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Halfway Down by Alan Alexander Milne

Halfway Down by Alan Alexander Milne

Halfway down the stairsis a stairwhere i sit.there isn't anyother stairquite likeit.i'm not at the bottom,i'm not at the top;so this is the stairwhereI alwaysstop.Halfway up the ...

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Teddy Bear by Alan Alexander Milne

Teddy Bear by Alan Alexander Milne

A bear, however hard he tries,Grows tubby without exercise.Our Teddy Bear is short and fat,Which is not to be wondered at;He gets what exercise he canBy falling off the ...

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Jonathan Jo by Alan Alexander Milne

Jonathan Jo by Alan Alexander Milne

Jonathan JoHas a mouth like an 'O'And a wheelbarrow full of surprises;If you ask for a bat,Or for something like that,He has got it, whatever the size is.If you're wanting a ...

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Brownie by Alan Alexander Milne

Brownie by Alan Alexander Milne

In a corner of the bedroom is a great big curtain,Someone lives behind it, but I don't know who;I think it is a Brownie, but I'm not quite certain.(Nanny isn't certain, too.)I ...

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Market Square by Alan Alexander Milne

Market Square by Alan Alexander Milne

I had a penny,A bright new penny,I took my pennyTo the market square.I wanted a rabbit,A little brown rabbit,And I looked for a rabbit'Most everywhere.For I went to the stall ...

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The Christening by Alan Alexander Milne

The Christening by Alan Alexander Milne

What shall I callMy dear little dormouse?His eyes are small,But his tail is e-nor-mouse.I sometimes call him Terrible John,'Cos his tail goes on -And on -And on.And I sometimes ...

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The Morning Walk by Alan Alexander Milne

The Morning Walk by Alan Alexander Milne

When Anne and I go out a walk,We hold each other's hand and talkOf all the things we mean to doWhen Anne and I are forty-two.And when we've thought about a thing,Like bowling ...

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Tails by Alan Alexander Milne

Tails by Alan Alexander Milne

A lion has a tail and a very fine tail,And so has an elephant, and so has a whale,And so has a crocodile, and so has a quail– They’ve all got tails but me. If I had sixpence I ...

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Come Out With Me by Alan Alexander Milne

Come Out With Me by Alan Alexander Milne

There's sun on the river and sun on the hill . . .You can hear the sea if you stand quite still!There's eight new puppies at Roundabout Farm-And I saw an old sailor with only one ...

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Independence by Alan Alexander Milne

Independence by Alan Alexander Milne

I never did, I never did,I never did like "Now take care, dear!"I never did, I never did,I never did want "Hold-my-hand";I never did, I never did,I never did think much of "Not up ...

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If I Were King by Alan Alexander Milne

If I Were King by Alan Alexander Milne

I often wish I were a King,And then I could do anything.If only I were King of Spain,I'd take my hat off in the rain.If only I were King of France,I wouldn't brush my hair for ...

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Water Lilies by Alan Alexander Milne

Water Lilies by Alan Alexander Milne

Where the water-lilies goTo and fro,Rocking in the ripples of the water,Lazy on a leaf lies the Lake King's daugher,And the faint winds shake her.Who will come and take her?I ...

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Cottleston Pie by Alan Alexander Milne

Cottleston Pie by Alan Alexander Milne

Cottleston Cottleston Cottleston Pie,A fly can't bird, but a bird can fly.Ask me a riddle and I replyCottleston Cottleston Cottleston Pie.Cottleston Cottleston Cottleston Pie,Why ...

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The Three Foxes by Alan Alexander Milne

The Three Foxes by Alan Alexander Milne

Once upon a time there were three little foxesWho didn’t wear stockings, and they didn’t wear sockses,But they all had handkerchiefs to blow their noses,And they kept their ...

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Solitude by Alan Alexander Milne

Solitude by Alan Alexander Milne

I have a house where I goWhen there's too many people,I have a house where I goWhere no one can be;I have a house where I go,Where nobody ever says 'No';Where no one says ...

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Pinkle Purr by Alan Alexander Milne

Pinkle Purr by Alan Alexander Milne

Tattoo was the mother of Pinkle Purr,A little black nothing of feet and fur;And by-and-by, when his eyes came through,He saw his mother, the big Tattoo.And all that he learned he ...

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From A Full Heart by Alan Alexander Milne

From A Full Heart by Alan Alexander Milne

In days of peace my fellow-menRightly regarded me as more likeA Bishop than a Major-Gen.,And nothing since has made me warlike;But when this agelong struggle endsAnd I have seen ...

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From: Gold Braid by Alan Alexander Milne

From: Gold Braid by Alan Alexander Milne

Same old trenches, same old view,Same old rats as blooming tame,Same old dug-outs, nothing new,Same old smell, the very same,Same old bodies out in front,Same old ‘strafe’ from ...

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Sand-Between-The-Toes by Alan Alexander Milne

Sand-Between-The-Toes by Alan Alexander Milne

I went down to the shouting sea,Taking Christopher down with me,For Nurse had given us sixpence each-And down we went to the beach.We had sand in the eyes and the ears and the ...

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The Friend by Alan Alexander Milne

The Friend by Alan Alexander Milne

There are lots and lots of people who are always asking things,Like Dates and Pounds-and-ounces and the names of funny Kings,And the answer's always Sixpence or A Hundred Inches ...

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Furry Bear by Alan Alexander Milne

Furry Bear by Alan Alexander Milne

If I were a bear, And a big bear too,I shouldn’?t much care If it froze or snew;I shouldn’?t much mind If it snowed or friz—I’?d be all fur-lined With a coat like his! For ...

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Waiting At The Window by Alan Alexander Milne

Waiting At The Window by Alan Alexander Milne

These are my two drops of rainWaiting on the window-pane. I am waiting here to seeWhich the winning one will be. Both of them have different names.One is John and one is James.All ...

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In The Fashion by Alan Alexander Milne

In The Fashion by Alan Alexander Milne

A lion has a tail and a very fine tailAnd so has an elephant and so has a whale,And so has a crocodile, and so has a quail-They’ve all got tails but me.If I had sixpence I would ...

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The Wrong House by Alan Alexander Milne

The Wrong House by Alan Alexander Milne

I went into a house, and it wasn't a house,It has big steps and a great big hall;But it hasn't got a garden,A garden,A garden,It isn't like a house at all.I went into a house, and ...

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The Four Friends by Alan Alexander Milne

The Four Friends by Alan Alexander Milne

Ernest was an elephant, a great big fellow,Leonard was a lion with a six foot tail,George was a goat, and his beard was yellow,And James was a very small snail. Leonard had a ...

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Vespers by Alan Alexander Milne

Vespers by Alan Alexander Milne

Little Boy kneels at the foot of the bed,Droops on the little hands little gold head.Hush! Hush! Whisper who dares!Christopher Robin is saying his prayers.God bless Mummy. I know ...

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The Knight Whose Armour Didn’T Squeak by Alan Alexander Milne

The Knight Whose Armour Didn’T Squeak by Alan Alexander Milne

Of all the Knights in AppledoreThe wisest was Sir Thomas Tom.He multiplied as far as four,And knew what nine was taken fromTo make eleven. He could writeA letter to another ...

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Swing Song by Alan Alexander Milne

Swing Song by Alan Alexander Milne

Here I go up in my swing Ever so high.I am the King of the fields, and the King Of the town.I am the King of the earth, and the King Of the sky.Here I go up in my ...

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