Your email has been sent
Thanks for sharing. Here is your html-code:
Please provide contact information and other relevant details:
Please fill out this field
Please make sure your email is correct
Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required.
The Sea Princess By Katherine Pyle (1863 – 1938)In a garden of shining sea-weed, Set round with twisted shells, Under the deeps of the ocean, The little sea princess dwells.Sometimes she sees the shadow Of a great whale passing by, Or a white-winged vessel sailing Between the sea and the sky.Without the palace, her sea-horse Feeds in his crystal stall, And fishes with scales that glisten Come leaping forth at her call.And when the day has faded, From over the lonesome deep, In a shell as smooth as satin The princess is rocked to sleep.