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" A WASP met a bee that was just buzzing by, And he said, " Little cousin, can you tell me why You are loved so much better by people than I? " My back shines as bright and as yellow as gold, And my shape is most elegant too to behold, Yet nobody likes... "
American Bee Journal - Page 544
1892
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Rhymes for the nursery. By the authors of 'Original poems'.

Ann Taylor - 1818
...me why You are lov'd so much better by people than I ? t My back shines as bright and as yellow as And my shape is most elegant too, to behold-; Yet nobody likes me for that, I am told. You have a fine shape, and a delicate wing, They own you are handsome, but then there's one .thing...
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Rhymes for the Nursery

Jane Taylor, Ann Taylor - Children's poetry, English - 1824 - 96 pages
...WASP met a bee that was just buzzing by, And he said, little cousin, can you tell me why You are lov'd so much better by people than I? My back shines as...for that, I am told. Ah ! cousin, the bee said, 'tis alt very true, But if I were half as much mischief to do, Indeed they would love me no better than...
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The National School Magazine, Volumes 2-3

1825
...And he said, little cousin, can you 1;ell me why You are lov'd so much better by people than I? n. My back shines as bright and as yellow as gold, And...is most elegant, too, to behold ; Yet nobody likes mo for that, I am told. m. " Ah! cousin," the bee said, " 'tis all very true, But if I were half as...
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Rhymes for the Nursery

Nursery rhymes - 1837 - 112 pages
...when you were A baby. Why Emma is Loved. Little Mary called Emma, who was just skipping by, And she said, little cousin, can you tell me why You are loved so much better by people than I ? My face is as clean, and my hair shines like gold, And my walk and my dress are as nice to behold, Yet...
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The Mother's Assistant and Young Lady's Friend, Volumes 6-7

Child rearing - 1845
...just buz - zing by, And 2. My back shines as bright and as yellow as gold, And my mi H 'g tfpggpggf said, little cousin, can you tell me. why You are loved so much better by shape is most elegant too, to behold, And yet no-bo-dy likes me for people than I ? that, I am. told....
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The Juvenile companion, and Sunday-school hive [afterw.] The ..., Volumes 27-28

1875
...temper." THE SULTAN OF ZANZIBAR. bHE ASP AND THE 5EE. twASp met a bee that was just buzzing by, And he said, " Little cousin, can you tell me why You are...back shines as bright and as yellow as gold; And my shapa is most elegant, too, to behold: Yet nobody likes me for that, I am told." " Ah, friend," said...
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Rhymes for the Nursery

Jane Taylor, Ann Taylor - Nursery rhymes - 1849 - 144 pages
...dear cousin, can you .j tell me why You are loved so much better oy people than 1 1 " Why, my back is as bright and as yellow as gold, And my shape is most...to behold; Yet nobody likes me for that, I am told !" Says the Bee, "My dear cousin, it's all very true, But indeed they would love me no better than...
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The young scholar's companion; or, A selection of reading lessons

Robert Connel - 1853
...a bee that was just buzzing by, And he sai;l, " little cousin, can you tell me. why, You are lov'd so much better by people than I ? " My back shines...behold Yet nobody likes me for that, I am told." " Ah ! friend," said the bee, " it is all very true, But if I were half as much mischief to do, Then people...
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The British Messenger: A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Diffusion of ...

Christianity - 1863
...can you tell me wl.y You are loved EO luucb, better by people than 1'! "My back shine* as bright and yellow as gold, • And my shape is most elegant, too, to behold; Yet nobody hkes me for that, I am told." "Ab, cousin," the bee said, '"t 13 all very truo; But if I had half as...
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Learning to converse [by G. Mogridge].

George Mogridge - 1854
...And he said, ' Little cousin, can you tell me whi You are loved so much better by people than IJ ' My back shines as bright and as yellow as gold, And...behold ; Yet nobody likes me for that, I am told.' ' Ah ! friend,' said the bee, ' it is all very true, But if I were half as much mischief to do, Then people...
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