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one word, magic. What happens to things that blow away, Like bubbles you blew one sunny day? Where did they all go anyway? To the Attic of the Wind. It's not an Attic you reach by stair-- It's past the clouds and the stars somewhere! And what will we find if we play up there In the Attic of the Wind? Well, one doesn't have to imagine for too too long... There are autumn leaves that the wind has swirled From the far-off corners of all the world And piled up high in a red-gold heap So hundreds of children can play and leap. Yes friends, here is the magical, wondrous place snowflakes and dandelion puffs and butterflies and birds and balloons and kites go when they float away toward the sky. Again, a tear jerker (at least for me) at the end... Yes, the Attic of the Wind can store All the world's lost treasure and even more... The handkerchief you forgot to hold, The spelling paper with the star of gold, The picture you drew for Mother's Day, All the things you somehow let drift away Aren't exactly lost....
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Book Description Parents Magazine Press, 1966. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP114300508