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Song of the Cardinal

Gene Stratton-Porter (1863-1924)

1. 01 - "Good cheer! Good cheer!" exulted the Cardinal
2. 02 - "Wet year! Wet year!" prophesied the Cardinal
3. 03 - "Come here! Come here!" entreated the Cardinal
4. 04 - "So dear! So dear!" crooned the Cardinal
5. 05 - "See here! See here!" demanded the Cardinal

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The Song of the Cardinal is about a big male Cardinal who lives in a tree near a farmer and his wife. The Cardinal immediately starts to sing to find himself a mate. Meanwhile the farmer and his wife enjoy watching this boisterous bird and seeing what he does. He does find a mate and through his singing the farmer and his wife's marriage is rejuvenated. It's a happy little parallel love story that will sweep you off your feet!



A very cute, sweet little story.