Dolly keeps a secret Safer than a friend Dolly's silent sympathy Lasts without end. Friends may betray us Love may decay Dolly's discretion Outlasts our day. Could Dolly tell of us? Her wax lips are sealed. Much has she meditated Much has concealed.
Dolly ever sleepless Watches above The shreds and relics Of our lost love Which her small fingers Never may move. Dolly is harmless. We who did harm Shall become chill as she Who now are warm She mocks eternity With her sly charm.
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Favorite Doll Books
Renwal World's Finest Toys by Charles F. Donovan Jr.
Jan Foulke's Guide to Dolls
Dolls and Accessories of the 1950's by Diane Zillner