A nursery rhyme:
Little Bo-Peep has lost her sheep,
And can't tell where to find them;
Leave them alone, and they'll come home,
Wagging their tails behind them.
He looked so wise that little bo-peep asked him whether he had seen a flock of sheep.
But though little bo-peep was as good as she was beautiful, she sometimes met with misfortunes that made her very sad.
My dear boy, have you never heard the ballad of little bo-peep?
little bo-peep will miss you pretty soon and come down here looking for you.
And he thought of the gift of little bo-peep, and wondered whether this gift was of the same order.
They looked simply charming: little bo-peep being dressed in a white frock with short sleeves having any number of flounces.
When little bo-peep awoke she found her sheep gone, and hardly knowing what she did, she walked on and on, far into the wood.
little bo-peep sat still and watched the old woman toil slowly up the hill-side and disappear over the top.
I was thinking of some foolish thing, like little bo-peep, you know.
And every one is acquainted with the nursery rhyme which details the adventures of 'little bo-peep,'