552. Little Moccasins Come out, O Little Moccasins, and frolic on the snow!
Come out, O tiny beaded feet, and twinkle in the light!I'll play the old Red River reel, you used to love it so:
553. Little Brother Wars have been and wars will be
Till the human race is run;Battles red by land and sea,
554. Lip-stick Liz Oh Lip-Stick Liz was in the biz, That's the oldest known in history;
She had a lot of fancy rags, Of her form she made no myst'ry.She had a man, a fancy man, His name was Alexander,
555. Lindy Lou If the good King only knew,
Lindy Lou,What a cherub child are you,
556. L’escargot D’or O Tavern of the Golden Snail!
Ten sous have I, so I'll regale;Ten sous your amber brew to sip
557. Les Grands Mutiles I saw three wounded of the war:
And the first had lost his eyes;And the second went on wheels and had
558. L’envoi You who have lived in the land,
You who have trusted the trail,You who are strong to withstand,
559. Leaves The leaves are falling one and one,
Each like a life to me,As over-soonly in the sun
560. Learn To Like School yourself to savour most
Joys that have but little cost;Prove the best of life is free,
561. Laziness Let laureates sing with rapturous swing
Of the wonder and glory of work;Let pulpiteers preach and with passion impeach
562. Laughter I Laugh at Life: its antics make for me a giddy games,
Where only foolish fellows take themselves with solemn aim.I laugh at pomp and vanity, at riches, rank and pride;
563. Last Look What would I choose to see when I
To this bright earth shall bid good-bye?When fades forever from my sight
564. Land Mine A grey gull hovered overhead,
Then wisely flew away.‘In half a jiffy you'll be dead,'
565. Kittens A ray of sun strayed softly round,
For something to caress,Until a resting place it found
566. Kings Must Die Alphonso Rex who died in Rome
Was quite a fistful as a kid;For when I visited his home,
567. Kelly Of The Legion Now Kelly was no fighter;
He loved his pipe and glass;An easygoing blighter,
568. Katie Drummond My Louis loved me oh so well
And spiered me for his wife;He would have haled me from the hell
569. Kathleen It was the steamer Alice May that sailed the Yukon foam.
And touched in every river camp from Dawson down to Nome.It was her builder, owner, pilot, Captain Silas Geer,
570. Kail Yard Bard A very humble pen I ply
Beneath a cottage thatch;And in the sunny hours I try
571. Just Think! Just think! some night the stars will gleam
Upon a cold, grey stone,And trace a name with silver beam,
572. Julot The Apache You've heard of Julot the apache, and Gigolette, his mome. . . .
Montmartre was their hunting-ground, but Belville was their home.A little chap just like a boy, with smudgy black mustache,-
573. Julie Claire Oh Julie Claire was very fair,
Yet generous as well,And many a lad of metal had
574. Joey I thought I would go daft when Joey died.
He was my first, and wise beyond his years.For nigh a hundred nights I cried and cried,
575. Jobson Of The Star Within a pub that's off the Strand and handy to the bar,
With pipe in mouth and mug in hand sat Jobson of the Star.“Come, sit ye down, ye wond'ring wight, and have a yarn,” says he.
576. Jim He was a traveling tinker lad
And I was a gypsy jade,Yet never were two so gay and glad,
577. Jean Desprez Oh ye whose hearts are resonant, and ring to War's romance,
Hear ye the story of a boy, a peasant boy of France;A lad uncouth and warped with toil, yet who, when trial came,
578. Jane My daughter Jane makes dresses
For beautiful Princesses;But though she's plain is Jane,
579. Jaloppy Joy Past ash cans and alley cats,
Fetid. overflowing gutters,Leprous lines of rancid flats