A Happy Easter
Source: My Personal Postcard Collection
Where Easter Eggs Grow
by Harriet B. Sterling
In the Public Domain
I’ve hunted all around about among the garden rows;
I’ve looked in every corner, but what do you suppose?
Though I’ve asked everybody, not anybody knows
In what part of the garden the Easter-egg plant grows.
Little hen, speckled hen, Eastertide has come again;
Do me a favor, now I beg, lay me a pretty Easter egg.
The little white rabbits, so they say, lay bright colored eggs on
Green and purple, and red and blue, I’ve seen the eggs, so I know
Have a joyful Easter day with family and friends.