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    Whose Child Is This?
      Author Unknown
    "Whose Child is this?" I asked one day
    Seeing a little one out at play
    "Mine", said the parent with a tender smile
    "Mine to keep a little while
    To bathe her hands and comb her hair
    To tell her what to wear
    To prepare her that she may always be good
    And each day do the things she should"
    "Whose child is this?" I asked again
    As the door opened and someone came in
    "Mine", said the teacher with the same tender smile
    "Mine, to keep just a little while
    To teach her how to be gentle and kind
    To train and direct her dear little mind
    To help her live by every rule
    And get the best she can from school"
    "Whose child is this?" I ask once more
    Just as the little one entered the door
    "Ours" said the parent and the teacher as they smiled
    And each took the hand of the little child
    "Ours to love and train together
    Ours this blessed task forever."
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