The Mail-Cart

Figure descriptions
Multiple children play pretend with a horse-drawn mail-cart. Two children pull the cart from the front and three children push it from the back. A girl sits in the cart and a boy pretends to drive the cart. The driver holds up a whip, and looks as if he is about to whip his peers who are pulling the cart. A child runs behind the cart, racing toward the group of children. There is a stone building and steps behind the children. Wild flowers and grass line the path on which they play. The hand-drawn poem title is placed in a blank, irregularly-shaped, rectangle in the top-left corner of the illustration. The first stanza of the poem text is let in to blank space in the bottom-right corner of the illustration. The main illustration fades into the page, and the full poem page is contained within a dark, medium-weight border.