Buttercup Gold, and Other Stories

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Author: Ellen Robena Field

My Dear Helpers, Sunbeams, and Raindrops

You are needed down here on eurth. It is time to dress my plant children, and give them work to do. The birds must be called back from the South, and the cocooons must be opened so that my butterflies can come out. I shall have to make good soil and get my clover beds ready for the honey makers. Come at once, as some have been sleeping too long already. Whisper to the trees as you pass that it is time they were budding, Be gentle with all, for they are my children, and I love them.

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Chicago: Ellen Robena Field, "My Dear Helpers, Sunbeams, and Raindrops," Buttercup Gold, and Other Stories, ed. Altemus, Henry in Buttercup Gold, and Other Stories Original Sources, accessed September 26, 2018, http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=DBGJJXL6H4KXHT2.

MLA: Field, Ellen Robena. "My Dear Helpers, Sunbeams, and Raindrops." Buttercup Gold, and Other Stories, edited by Altemus, Henry, in Buttercup Gold, and Other Stories, Original Sources. 26 Sep. 2018. www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=DBGJJXL6H4KXHT2.

Harvard: Field, ER, 'My Dear Helpers, Sunbeams, and Raindrops' in Buttercup Gold, and Other Stories, ed. . cited in , Buttercup Gold, and Other Stories. Original Sources, retrieved 26 September 2018, from http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=DBGJJXL6H4KXHT2.