When the Snow Was Deep (Feeding the Birds)

DESCRIPTION: "When the snow was deep, I sprinkled crumbs for the birds to eat. They would chirp for food -- The bluebirds and sparrows were in pleasant mood. They would go and come back, but not all would go, Some would stay... and eat the crumbs...."
AUTHOR: George Mefford Bell?
EARLIEST DATE: 1939 (Thomas)
KEYWORDS: bird food nonballad
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Thomas-Makin', p. 255, "When the Snow Was Deep (Feeding the Birds)" (1 text)
NOTES [10 words]: Reportedly written when Bell was only seven years old. - RBW
File: ThBa255

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