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" He blew and he blew, and she thinned to a thread. "One puff more's enough To blow her to snuff! One good puff more where the last was bred, And glimmer, glimmer glum will go the thread. "
The Gordon Readers - Page 247
by Emma K. Gordon - 1910
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Good words for the young, ed. by N. Macleod

Norman Macleod - 1872
...ghost eye, The Moon shone white and alive and plain. Said the Wind — " I will blow you out again." The Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim. " With...dimmer than dim." He blew and he blew, and she thinned to a thread. " One puff More's enough To blow her to snuff ! One good puff more where the last was...
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The Fourth Reader

Lewis Baxter Monroe - Readers (Elementary) - 1872 - 240 pages
...low, " I 've done for that Moon." in. He turned in his bed: she was there again. On high in the sky, The Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim. " With...dimmer than dim." He blew and he blew, and she thinned to a thread. "One puff more's enough To blow her to snuff! One good puff more where the last was bred,...
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The Fourth Reader

Lewis Baxter Monroe - Readers (Elementary) - 1872 - 240 pages
...Moon." m. He turned in his bed: she was there again. On high in the sky, With her one ghost eye, IV. The Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim. "With my...grim, The creature will soon be dimmer than dim." v. He blew and he blew, and she thinned to a thread. " One puff more's enough To blow her to snuff!...
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Beecher's Recitations and Readings: Humorous, Serious, Dramatic, Including ...

Alvah C. Beecher - Elocution - 1874 - 180 pages
...ghost eye, The Moon shone white and alive aud plain. ' Said the "Wind — " I will blow you out again," The "Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim. "With my sledge And my wedge I have knocked off her edge I If only I Mow right fierce and grim, The creature will soon be dimmer than dim." He blew and he blew,...
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Selections for Reading and Elocution: A Handbook for Teachers and Students

Joseph Wadsworth Keene - Elocution - 1879 - 240 pages
...ghost eye, The Moon shone white and alive and plain. Said the Wind — " I will blow you out again." The Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim. ' ' With...my sledge And my wedge I have knocked off her edge I If only I blow right fierce and grim, The creature will soon be dimmer than dim." He blew and he...
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Poetry for Home and School

Anna Callender Brackett, Ida M. Eliot - American poetry - 1881 - 320 pages
...ghost eye, The Moon shone white and alive and plain; Said the Wind — " I will blow you out again." The Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim. "With my...dimmer than dim." He blew, and he blew, and she thinned to a thread. " One puff More's enough To blow her to snuff! One good puff more where the last was bred,...
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Elocutionary Leaflets ..., Issue 1

1882
...ghost eye, The Moon shone white and alive and plain. Said the Wind—" I will blow you out again." The Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim. " With...dimmer than dim." He blew and he blew, and she thinned to a thread. " One puff More's enough To blow her to snuff! He blew a great blast, and the thread was...
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A Threefold Cord: Poems by Three Friends

George MacDonald - English poetry - 1883 - 349 pages
...ghost eye, The Moon shone white and alive and plain. Said the Wind — " I will blow you out again." The Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim. " With...dimmer than dim." He blew and he blew, and she thinned to a thread. " One puff More's enough To blow her to snuff ! One good puff more where the last was...
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The Speaker's Garland, Volume 6

Phineas Garrett - Readers - 1885
...her ghost eye, The Moon shone white and alive and plain; Said the Wind, " I'll blow you out again." The Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim: " With...fierce and grim, The creature will soon be dimmer than dim.1* He blew and he blew, and she thinned to a thread : "One puff More's enough To blow her to snuff!...
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The Speaker's Garland, Volume 6

Phineas Garrett - Readers - 1885
...The Moon shone white and alive and plain; Said the Wind, " I'll blow you out again." The Wind blow hard, and the Moon grew dim: "With my sledge, And my wedge, I have knocked offheredge! If only I blow richt fierce and grim, The creature will soon be dimmer than dim." He blew...
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