Tamela wrote asking for help with a Danish poem her father recited. Here’s her email:
I am wondering if you can help me at all. I am searching for the full words to an old Scandinavian children’s poem that my Danish father used to tell us. It is about three children, girls, on one farm meeting three children, boys, on another. The names of the girls are sip, sipanip, and sipsipanipsip seerum sip (these are the sounds, the spelling I do not know).
Can you help me at all please? It is a very old poem. My father was in his eighties and it was told to him as a child. Many many thanks!
If anyone can help Tamela, please comment below.
Thanks in advance!
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