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Little Fox Lost | 08-Jul-08

Does anyone know of a poem called "Little Fox Lost"?

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Comments:

Frances Frost.
Susanne Woodman

Frances Mary Frost's poem is called "Night of Wind" and begins:

"How lost is the little fox at the borders of night"

and ends

"Bodies of little foxes may hid and sleep."

It can be found in the anthologies
"Favorite poems old and new", Doubleday, 1957 and
"Time for poetry" Scott, Foresman and Company, 1952. We have a reference copy of "Time for poetry" here in the Poetry Library.



Poetry Library

Little Fox Lost was written by Frances Frost and appears in the book "Read Me a Poem" (Ellen Lowis Buell, 1965)
Berta Phillips

The first stanza reads:

"It's dark in the world," wept the little fox,
"And I don't know where I am!"
There are three big sheep in that uphill field
And a great big black-faced ram!"
Berta Phillips


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