Alan Alexander Milne Wind Poems

  • 1.
    No one can tell me,
    Nobody knows,
    Where the wind comes from,
    Where the wind goes.
  • 2.
    She wore her yellow sun-bonnet,
    She wore her greenest gown;
    She turned to the south wind
    And curtsied up and down.
  • 3.
    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.
  • 4.
    Where the water-lilies go
    To and fro,
    Rocking in the ripples of the water,
    Lazy on a leaf lies the Lake King's daugher,
  • 5.
    Between the woods the afternoon
    Its fallen in a golden swoon,
    The sun looks down from quiet skies
    To where a quiet water lies,
  • 6.
    Lords of the Nursery
    Wait in a row,
    Five on the high wall,
    And four on the low;
  • 7.
    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 arm!
Total 7 Wind Poems by Alan Alexander Milne

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