- Rose, Fred.; Little, George; Frost, Peter S.
I'll Be Your Regular Sweetie (But I Won't Be Your Once in a While).
A. J. Stasny, New York, 1920, Wraps, , , Very Good
3 pp., one leaf. A short tear to foreedge, writing above pub. statement on fron of wraps, else very good. ''And if you think that you can't be true, I'd be just as independent as you.''
A WOOD SONG
Now one and all, you Roses, Wake up, you lie too long! This very morning closes The Nightingale his song; Each from its olive chamber His babies every one This very morning clamber Into the shining sun. You Slug-a-beds and Simples, Why will you so delay! Dears, doff your olive wimples, And listen while you may.Ralph Hodgson [1871-